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Environmental Movements and Politics of the Asian Anthropocene

by Paul Jobin ; Ming-sho Ho ; Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao

“This collection provides a powerful and sophisticated analysis of how environmental movements influence politics in Asia, and how politics influences movements.” 
John S. Dryzek, Centenary Professor, University of Canberra

"This important book reflects the challenges and questions currently foremost in scholars’, activists’ and policy-makers’ minds—the Anthropocene, environmental justice, China’s Belt and Road Initiative, and post-politics—all addressed through the lens of environmental movements in Asia."
Jonathan Rigg, Professor at the School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol 

“How have authoritarianism, democratization and political change affected environmentalism in East and Southeast Asia? How have environmental mobilization and demands for environmental justice at the grassroots influenced politics there? These are among the vital questions answered by this insightful and well-crafted volume.” 
Paul G. Harris, Chair Professor of Global and Environmental Studies, Education University of Hong Kong

“This book shows convincingly that the concept of Anthropocene is as relevant in Asia as anywhere.” 
Philip Hirsch, Emeritus Professor of Human Geography, University of Sydney 

“Despite its claims to universality, the Anthropocene concept remains largely a Western phenomenon. This book is crucial in correcting this view by putting environmental movements in Asia center stage.” 
Eva Horn, Professor of Literature and Cultural History, University of Vienna

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Preliminary pages
1. Environmental Movements and Politics of the Asian Anthropocene: An Introduction
2. Environmental Movements in Taiwan’s Anthropocene: A Civic Eco-Nationalism
3. Environmental Movements in Post-handover Hong Kong: Between Managerialism and Radicalism
4. The Post-politics of Environmental Engagement in Singapore
5. Environmental Movements in the Philippines: Contestation for Justice in the Anthropocene
6. Environmental NGOs in “Post-New Order” Indonesia: Saving the Forests Through Democracy
7. Environmental Activism in Malaysia: Struggling for Justice from Indigenous Lands to Parliamentary Seats
8. State, NGOs, and Villagers: How the Thai Environmental Movement Fell Silent
9. Environmental Movements in Vietnam under One-Party Rule
10. The Cambodian Neopatrimonial State, Chinese Investments, and Anti-dam Movements
11. Conclusion: Environmental Movements and Political Regimes, or Why Democracy Still Matters in the Anthropocene
Index

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  • Number of Pages : 374
  • Publisher : ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute
  • Weight : 504g
  • Product Code : 9789814951081
  • Dimension : 152 x 229 mm

About Author

Paul Jobin ; Ming-sho Ho ; Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao

Paul Jobin is Associate Research Fellow and convener of the Asian Social Transformation Thematic Research Team at the Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan. ; Ming-sho Ho is a Professor in the Department of Sociology, National Taiwan University, and Director of the Research Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ministry of Science and Technology (Taiwan). ; Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao is Chairman of the Taiwan-Asia Exchange Foundation, Chairman of the executive committee of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, National Cheng-Chi University, and Chair Professor of Hakka Studies, National Central University. He is also Adjunct Research Fellow at the Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica and Professor of Sociology at the National Sun Yat-Sen University.