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Preface vii Wilson Carey McWilliams Introduction 1 Bob Pepperman Taylor and Ben A. Minteer PART ONE: DEMOCRACY AND ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES 1 Democracy and Environmentalism: Foundations and Justifications in Environmental Policy 11 Bryan G. Norton 2 Deweyan Democracy and Environmental Ethics 33 Ben A. Minteer 3 Environmental Pragmatism, Ecocentrism, and Deliberative Democracy: Between Problem-Solving and Fundamental Critique 49 Robyn Eckersley 4 The Legitimacy Crisis in Environmental Ethics and Politics 71 Joe Bowersox 5 Science, Value, and Ethics: A Hierarchical Theory 91 J. Baird Callicott PART TWO: ENVIRONMENTALISM AND DEMOCRATIC CITIZENSHIP 6 Opinionated Natures: Toward a Green Public Culture 117 Catriona Sandilands 7 Vulnerability and Virtue: Democracy, Dependency, and Ecological Stewardship 133 John Barry 8 Restoring Ecological Citizenship 153 Andrew Light 9 Aldo Leopold's Civic Education 173 Bob Pepperman Taylor PART THREE: ENVIRONMENTALISM AND THE BOUNDARIES OF DEMOCRATIC DISCOURSE 10 Justice, Democracy, and Global Warming 191 Peter S. Wenz 11 Environmentalism, Democracy, and the Cultural Politics of Nature in Monte Verde, Costa Rica 215 Luis A. Vivanco 12 Environmental Rights as Democratic Rights 237 Tim Hayward 13 Deliberative Democracy and Environmental Policy 257 John O'Neill PART FOUR: DEMOCRACY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENTS 14 Cycles of Closure in Environmental Politics and Policy 279 Robert Paehlke 15 The People, Politics, and the Planet: Who Knows, Protects, and Serves Nature Best? 301 Timothy W Luke 16 Linking Movements and Constructing a New Vision: Environmental Justice and Community Food Security 321 Robert Gottlieb 17 Civic Environmentalism 335 Charles T. Rubin Index 353 About the Contributors 357