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《Journal of Nanjing University(Philosophy,Humanities and Social Sciences)》 2006-04
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The Rise of Modern American Environmental Movement and Its Influences

GAO Guo-rong (Institute of World History, China Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing 100006, China)  
The modern American environmental movement in the postwar years is virtually the continuation and development of the Conservation and Preservation of the late 19th century. Appealing to the science of ecology as a theoretical backup, it, besides its early concerns about the protection of natural resources and wild lives, focuses on the risk of the pollution to human health. The rise of this movement on a modern phase is closely linked with the formation of consumer society and the pushes of various postwar social movements. Promoted by the modern American environmental movement, environmental concern has increasingly become popular among the general public, and the environmental issues are paid much attention to by the different levels of the government, the international society and academic circles.
【Fund】: 国家社科基金青年项目(06CSS001)
【CateGory Index】: X22
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