Monthly Archives: October 2011

League tables and liberal environmentalism

You may be interested in this recently produced league table of air pollution that has been reported in Forbes http://www.forbes.com/sites/williampentland/2011/10/01/worlds-most-dangerous-places-to-breath/. In many ways league tables like this fit perfectly with the logic of what Bernstein (2000) has described as liberal environmentalism: … Continue reading

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Deep Frames and the Environment

In a blog post on the 6th August 2009 (Sticks, stones and lexical nudges) I was critical of the Institute for Public Policy Research’s Warm Words publication (2006). This report suggested that if we could somehow change the “linguistic landscape” associated with … Continue reading

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