- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- 1 Ecological Crisis and Climate Change: From States of Emergency to “Fortress World”?
- 2 Democracy at Risk: From Citizen Activism to Techno-Environmentalism
- 3 Technocratic Strategy as Central Steering: From Sustainable Development to Transition Management
- 4 Environmental Democracy and Ecological Citizenship: From Theoretical Ideals to Practical Alternatives?
- 5 The Green State as Environmental Democracy? Political Power, Globalization, and Post-Democracy
- 6 Participatory Environmental Governance: Civil Society, Citizen Engagement, and Participatory Policy Expertise
- 7 The Community Forest Movement in Nepal as Participatory Governance: Civil Society, Deliberative Politics, and Participatory Expertise
- 8 Practicing Participatory Environmental Governance: Ecovillages and the Global Ecovillage Movement
- 9 Urban Sustainability, Eco-Cities, and Transition Towns: Resilience Planning as Apolitical Politics
- 10 Relocalization for Sustainable Communities: Participatory Ecological Practices and Theoretical Foundations
- 11 Sustaining Democracy in Hard Times: Participatory Theory for Local Environmental Governance
- Climate Crisis and the Democratic Prospect
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