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Environmental Movement Strategy Evolves

| Friday April 1st, 2005 | 0 Comments

Over the past decades, the diverse environmental community has been collectively placed into a small and narrow box by conservatives. Now is the time, according to Michael Shellenberger of the Breakthrough Institute, “to take a collective step back to rethink its strategy and tactics.”
The new term “enterprise environmentalism,” presents nature as the solution to social and economic problems not normally associated with the outdoors. “The first wave of environmentalism was framed around conservation, and the second around regulation. We believe the third wave will be framed around investment,” says Van Jones, co-founder of the Apollo Project. Read more from The Oregonian on the Apollo Alliance.


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