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  1. Weekly Readings 103 items
    1. Week 3 13 items
      1. Seminar: Resources, Development and Environmental Sustainability 6 items
        1. Required Reading 4 items
          1. Green development: environment and sustainability in a developing world - W. M. Adams 2009

            Book Core Read: The Dilemma of Sustainability pp. 1-21.

          2. Green development: environment and sustainability in a developing world - W. M. Adams 2009 (electronic resource)

            Book Core Read: The Dilemma of Sustainability pp. 1-21.

          3. The companion to development studies - Vandana Desai, Robert B. Potter 2014

            Book Core Read: Part 6: Environment and Development pp. 329-378

          4. The companion to development studies 2014 (electronic resource)

            Book Core Read: Part 6: Environment and Development pp. 329-378

        2. Further Reading 2 items
          1. Green development: environment and sustainability in a developing world - W. M. Adams 2009

            Book Further Read: The Development of Sustainable Development pp. 22-53

          2. Green development: environment and sustainability in a developing world (electronic resource) - W. M. Adams 2009

            Book Further Read: The Development of Sustainable Development pp. 22-53

      2. Lecture: Sustainable Development and the Asia Pacific Region 7 items
        1. Required Reading 4 items
          1. Globalization and development in East Asia - Jan Nederveen Pieterse, Jongtae Kim 2012

            Book Core Read: Ciochetto, L. (2012). Profit, People, Planet and Global Rebalancing: The Environmental Implications of Development in Japan, South Korea, China and India. pp. 61-79

          2. Globalization and development in East Asia - Jan Nederveen Pieterse, Jongtae Kim 2012 (electronic resource)

            Book Core Read: Ciochetto, L. (2012). Profit, People, Planet and Global Rebalancing: The Environmental Implications of Development in Japan, South Korea, China and India. pp. 61-79

          3. A companion to global environmental history 2012

            Book Core Read: Marks, R. B. (2015). The (Modern) World since 1500. pp. 57-78

          4. A companion to global environmental history| ebook - Erin Stewart Mauldin, John Robert McNeill c2012 (electronic resource)

            Book Core Read: Marks, R. B. (2015). The (Modern) World since 1500. pp. 57-78

        2. Further Reading 3 items
          1. The political economy of development and environment in Korea - Jae-Yong Chung, R. J. R. Kirkby 2002

            Book Further Read: A New Framework for Environmental Analysis. pp. 8-40 and Environmental Degradation in Korea: A Historical Overview. pp.140-151

          2. The political economy of development and environment in Korea / ebook - Jae-Yong Chung, R. J. R. Kirkby, ProQuest (Firm) 2002 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: A New Framework for Environmental Analysis. pp. 8-40 and Environmental Degradation in Korea: A Historical Overview. pp.140-151

          3. Digitised Resources 1 item
            1. Ecology, Climate and Empire: Colonialism and Global Environmental History, 1400-1940 - Grove, Richard H

              Book  Read Digitised Chapter The Evolution of the Colonial Discourse on Deforestation and Climate Change 1500-1940, pp5-36

    2. Week 5 15 items
      1. Seminar: The 21st Century Animal Farm – On Food Industry and Animal Rights 6 items
        1. Required Reading 2 items
          1. The lives of animals | ebook - J. M. Coetzee 2016, ©1999 (electronic resource)

            Book  pp.93-106

        2. Further Reading 4 items
          1. Can carbon footprint serve as an indicator of the environmental impact of meat production? - Elin Röös, Cecilia Sundberg, Pernilla Tidåker, Ingrid Strid 2013-1

            Article Further

          2. Animal liberation - Peter Singer 1995

            Book Further Read: Becoming a Vegetarian pp. 159-183

      2. Lecture: Animal Ethics and Politics 9 items
        1. Required Reading 2 items
          1. Animal liberation - Peter Singer 1995

            Chapter Core Read: All Animals are Equal pp. 1-25

        2. Further Reading 7 items
          1. A companion to global environmental history 2012

            Book Further Read: Fishing and Whaling pp. 279-296

          2. A companion to global environmental history - Erin Stewart Mauldin, John Robert McNeill, ProQuest (Firm) c2012 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Fishing and Whaling pp. 279-296

          3. Global research priorities to mitigate plastic pollution impacts on marine wildlife - A. C. Vegter, M. Barletta, C. Beck, J. Borrero, H. Burton, M. L. Campbell, M. F. Costa, M. Eriksen, C. Eriksson, A. Estrades, K. V. K. Gilardi, B. D. Hardesty, J. A. Ivar do Sul, J. L. Lavers, B. Lazar, L. Lebreton, W. J. Nichols, C. A. Ribic, P. G. Ryan, Q. A. Schuyler, S. D. A. Smith, H. Takada, K. A. Townsend, C. C. C. Wabnitz, C. Wilcox, L. C. Young, M. Hamann* 2014

            Article Further

          4. The Stolen Bicycle - Wu Ming-Yi;Darryl Sterk 2017

            Book Further Read: pp. 105-124

          5. The Man with the Compound Eyes - Wu Ming-Yi 2014

            Book Further Read: The Vortex on the Sea pp. 113-128

    3. Week 6 8 items
      1. Seminar: Should Nature Have Standing? – On Legal Status of the Nature Environment 8 items
        1. Required Reading 3 items
          1. Nature as a legal person - Dinah Shelton 10/09/2015

            Article Core

          2. Should trees have standing?: and other essays on law, morals, and the environment - Christopher D. Stone c1996

            Book Core Should Trees Have Standing? —Towards Legal Rights for Natural Objects, pp.1-23.

          3. Should trees have standing?: law, morality, and the environment | ebook - Christopher D. Stone c2010 (electronic resource)

            Book Core Should Trees Have Standing? —Towards Legal Rights for Natural Objects, pp.1-23

        2. Further Reading 5 items
          1. When a river is a person: from Ecuador to New Zealand, nature gets its day in court - Mihnea Tanasescu June 19, 2017 7.00am BSTJune 19, 2017 7.00am BST

            Article Further

          2. Environmental Ethics in the Anthropocene - J. Baird Callicott 01/12/2018

            Article Further

    4. Week 9 19 items
      1. Seminar: Post-Fukushima Japanese Society:Nuclear Energy and Environment 7 items
        1. Required Reading 4 items
          1. Global ecologies and the environmental humanities: postcolonial approaches 2016

            Book Core Read: Johnston, B. (2015). Nuclear Disaster: The Marshall Islands Experience and Lessons for a Post-Fukushima World. pp. 140-161

          2. Global ecologies and the environmental humanities: postcolonial approaches | ebook 2015 (electronic resource)

            Book Core Read: Johnston, B. (2015). Nuclear Disaster: The Marshall Islands Experience and Lessons for a Post-Fukushima World. pp. 140-161

          3. The ethics of Japan's global environmental policy: the conflict between principles and practice - Midori Kagawa-Fox 2014

            Book Core Read: Nuclear Energy Policy: Case Study. pp. 117-146

          4. The ethics of Japan's global environmental policy: the conflict between principles and practice | ebook - Midori Kagawa-Fox 2012 (electronic resource)

            Book Core Read: Nuclear Energy Policy: Case Study. pp. 117-146

        2. Further Reading 3 items
          1. Social movements and political activism in contemporary Japan: re-emerging from invisibility 2018

            Book Further Read: Cassegard, C. (2018). The Post Fukushima Anti-Nuke Protest and their Impact on Japanese Environmentalism. pp. 137-155 and Hasegawa, K. (2018). Continuities and Discontinuities of Japan’s Political Activism Before and After the Fukushima Disaster. pp. 115-136

          2. Social movements and political activism in contemporary Japan: re-emerging from invisibility 2018, ©2018 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Cassegard, C. (2018). The Post Fukushima Anti-Nuke Protest and their Impact on Japanese Environmentalism. pp. 137-155 and Hasegawa, K. (2018). Continuities and Discontinuities of Japan’s Political Activism Before and After the Fukushima Disaster. pp. 115-136

          3. Global implications of development, disasters, and climate change: responses to displacement from Asia Pacific 2016 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Pondering the Right to Return… and the Right Not to: Fukushima Evacuees in Limbo. pp. 222-239

      2. Lecture: Japan's Development and Environment 12 items
        1. Required Reading 4 items
          1. The ethics of Japan's global environmental policy: the conflict between principles and practice - Midori Kagawa-Fox 2014

            Book Core Read: Japan’s Domestic Environmental Policy. pp. 39-66

          2. The ethics of Japan's global environmental policy: the conflict between principles and practice - Midori Kagawa-Fox, ProQuest (Firm) 2012 (electronic resource)

            Book Core Read: Japan’s Domestic Environmental Policy. pp. 39-66

          3. The political economy of renewable energy and energy security: common challenges and national responses in Japan, China and Northern Europe - Espen Moe, Paul Midford 2014

            Book Further Read: Umbach, F. (2014). The Energy Security of Japan after Fukushima 3/11. pp. 46-66

          4. The political economy of renewable energy and energy security: common challenges and national responses in Japan, China and Northern Europe | ebook 2014 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Umbach, F. (2014). The Energy Security of Japan after Fukushima 3/11. pp. 46-66

        2. Further Reading 8 items
          1. The ethics of Japan's global environmental policy: the conflict between principles and practice - Midori Kagawa-Fox 2014

            Book Further Read: Western and Japanese Environmental Ethics: Environment, Culture and Morals. pp. 13-38

          2. The ethics of Japan's global environmental policy: the conflict between principles and practice - Midori Kagawa-Fox, ProQuest (Firm) 2012 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Western and Japanese Environmental Ethics: Environment, Culture and Morals. pp. 13-38

          3. Global ecologies and the environmental humanities: postcolonial approaches 2016

            Book Further Read: Kelman, I., Gaillard, J.C., Mercer, J., Lewis, J. and Carrigan, A. (2015). Island Vulnerability and Resilience: Combining Knowledges for Disaster Risk Reduction, Including Climate Change Adaptation. pp. 162-185

          4. Global ecologies and the environmental humanities: postcolonial approaches 2015, ©2015 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Kelman, I., Gaillard, J.C., Mercer, J., Lewis, J. and Carrigan, A. (2015). Island Vulnerability and Resilience: Combining Knowledges for Disaster Risk Reduction, Including Climate Change Adaptation. pp. 162-185

          5. Living cities in Japan: citizens' movements, machizukuri and local environments 2009

            Book Further Read: Asano, T. (2007). Citizens’ Movements to Protect the Water Environment. pp. 189-205

          6. Living cities in Japan: citizens' movements, machizukuri and local environments - ̌ Sorensen, Andr, Carolin Funck 2007 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Asano, T. (2007). Citizens’ Movements to Protect the Water Environment. pp. 189-205

          7. The political economy of renewable energy and energy security: common challenges and national responses in Japan, China and Northern Europe - Espen Moe, Paul Midford 2014

            Book Further Read: Asano, K (2014). Early Promoter of Solar Photovoltaics: Forty Years of Development of Policy and Technology in Japan. pp. 157-174

          8. The political economy of renewable energy and energy security: common challenges and national responses in Japan, China and Northern Europe ©2014 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Asano, K (2014). Early Promoter of Solar Photovoltaics: Forty Years of Development of Policy and Technology in Japan. pp. 157-174

    5. Week 10 17 items
      1. Seminar: Space Reconfiguration in Taiwan: Eco-tourism and Aboriginal Land Right 9 items
        1. Required Reading 2 items
        2. Further Reading 7 items
          1. Exploring Antecedents of Green Tourism Behaviors: A Case Study in Suburban Areas of Taipei, Taiwan - Judith Cheng, Ai-Hsuan Chiang, Yulan Yuan, Ming-Yuan Huang 08/06/2018

            Article Further

          2. Postcolonial ecocriticism: literature, animals, environment - Graham Huggan, Helen Tiffin 2015

            Book Further Read: Huggan, G. and Helen T. (2010). Development- The Tourist and the Native. pp. 66-78

          3. Postcolonial ecocriticism: literature, animals, environment - Graham Huggan, Helen Tiffin 2015 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Huggan, G. and Helen T. (2010). Development- The Tourist and the Native. pp. 66-78

          4. Taiwan's environmental struggle: toward a green silicon island - Jack Francis Williams, Ch'ang-yi David Chang 2012

            Book Further Read: Who's Land is it? pp. 135-165

          5. Taiwan's environmental struggle: toward a green silicon island - J. F. Williams, Ch'ang-yi David Chang 2008 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Who's Land is it? pp. 135-165

      2. Lecture: Taiwan's Development and Environment 8 items
        1. Required Reading 4 items
          1. Environment and tourism - Andrew Holden 2016

            Book Core Read: Tourism’s Relationship with the Environment. pp. 65-102

          2. Environment and tourism | ebook - Andrew Holden 2016 (electronic resource)

            Book Core Read: Tourism’s Relationship with the Environment. pp. 65-102

          3. Taiwan's environmental struggle: toward a green silicon island - Jack Francis Williams, Ch'ang-yi David Chang 2012

            Book Core Read: The Perils of Development. pp. 30-73

          4. Taiwan's environmental struggle: toward a green silicon island - J. F. Williams, Ch'ang-yi David Chang, ProQuest (Firm) 2008 (electronic resource)

            Book Core Read: The Perils of Development. pp. 30-73

        2. Further Reading 4 items
          1. Nature-based tourism, environment, and land management - Ralf Buckley, C. Pickering, David B. Weaver, Fenner Conference on Nature Tourism and the Environment c2003 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: "Nature-based Tourism and Sustainable Issues and Approaches” and “Sustainable Tourism: World Trends and Challenges Ahead."

          2. Political ecology of tourism: community, power and the environment - Mary Mostafanezhad ©2016

            Book Further Read: Wearing, S. and Wearing, M. (2016). Ecotourism and Eco-utilitarianism: Exploring the New Debates in Ecotourism. pp. 188-205

    6. Week 12 10 items
      1. Seminar: An Overly Populated China: Urban Population and a Green China? 10 items
        1. Required Reading 3 items
          1. The companion to development studies - Vandana Desai, Robert B. Potter 2014

            Book Core Read: Satterthwaite, D. (2014). Urbanization and Environment in Low- and Middle-income Nations. pp. 310-318

          2. The companion to development studies 2014, ©2014 (electronic resource)

            Book Core Read: Satterthwaite, D. (2014). Urbanization and Environment in Low- and Middle-income Nations. pp. 310-318

          3. China's urban century: governance, environment and socio-economic imperatives 2015 (electronic resource)

            Book Core Read: Population and Environmental Issues in Contemporary China.

        2. Further Reading 7 items
          1. Global implications of development, disasters, and climate change: responses to displacement from Asia Pacific 2016, ©2016 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Wilmsen, B. and Weber, M. (2016). Displacement and Resettlement as a mode of capitalist transformation: evidence from China. pp.59-73 and Gemenne, F., Blocher, J. De Longueville, F., Perrin, N., Vigil, S. Zickgraf, C., and Ozer, P. (2016). How Climate Change extremes are affecting the movement of populations in the Asia Pacific Region. pp. 21-40

          2. The companion to development studies - Vandana Desai, Robert B. Potter 2014

            Book Further Read: Satterthwaite, D. (2014). Urbanization in Low- and Middle-income Nations in Africa, Asia and Latin America. pp. 279-285 and Vasconcellos, E. A. (2014). Transport and Urban Development. pp. 319-323

          3. The companion to development studies 2014, ©2014 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Satterthwaite, D. (2014). Urbanization in Low- and Middle-income Nations in Africa, Asia and Latin America. pp. 279-285 and Vasconcellos, E. A. (2014). Transport and Urban Development. pp. 319-323

          4. China's urban century: governance, environment and socio-economic imperatives 2015, ©2015

            Book Further Read: From Survival to Sustained Development.

          5. China's urban century: governance, environment and socio-economic imperatives 2015, ©2015 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: From Survival to Sustained Development.

          6. The political economy of development and environment in Korea - Jae-Yong Chung, R. J. R. Kirkby 2002

            Book Further Read: Chung, J. and Kirkby, R. (2002). Environmental Problems in the Three Spatial Zones. pp. 152-192

          7. The political economy of development and environment in Korea - Jae-Yong Chung, R. J. R. Kirkby, ProQuest (Firm) 2002 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Chung, J. and Kirkby, R. (2002). Environmental Problems in the Three Spatial Zones. pp. 152-192

    7. Lecture: China's Development and Environment 9 items
      1. Required Reading 2 items
        1. China's urban century: governance, environment and socio-economic imperatives 2015, ©2015

          Book Core Read: Balula, L. and Bina, O. (2015). The ‘Eco’ and ‘Low-carbon’ Promise: A Critical Review of China’s Experience. pp. 103-120 and An, C.H., Elosua, M. and Goulard, S. (2015). Snail without a Shell: Migrant Worker’s Difficult Path towards Urban Housing. pp. 84-102 and Chen, H.F. and Wang, J.Y. (2015). Choices between Development and Environmental Preservation in Huangshan City. pp. 121-133.

        2. China's urban century: governance, environment and socio-economic imperatives 2015, ©2015 (electronic resource)

          Book Core Read: Balula, L. and Bina, O. (2015). The ‘Eco’ and ‘Low-carbon’ Promise: A Critical Review of China’s Experience. pp. 103-120 and An, C.H., Elosua, M. and Goulard, S. (2015). Snail without a Shell: Migrant Worker’s Difficult Path towards Urban Housing. pp. 84-102 and Chen, H.F. and Wang, J.Y. (2015). Choices between Development and Environmental Preservation in Huangshan City. pp. 121-133.

      2. Further Reading 7 items
        1. China: innovative green development - Angang Hu 2017 (electronic resource)

          Book Further

        2. China's environment and the challenge of sustainable development - Kristen Day c2005

          Book Further Read: Cann, C., Cann, M. and Gao, S. (2015). China’s Road to Sustainable Development: An Overview” and Public Environmental Consciousness in China: Early Empirical Evidence. pp. 3-34

        3. China's environment and the challenge of sustainable development - Kristen Day c2005 (electronic resource)

          Book Further Read: Cann, C., Cann, M. and Gao, S. (2015). China’s Road to Sustainable Development: An Overview” and Public Environmental Consciousness in China: Early Empirical Evidence. pp. 3-34

        4. A companion to global environmental history 2012

          Book Further Read: Bao, M. (2015). Environmentalism and Environmental Movements in China since 1949. pp. 474-492

        5. A Companion to Global Environmental History 2012

          Book Further Read: Bao, M. (2015). Environmentalism and Environmental Movements in China since 1949. pp. 474-492

        6. The political economy of renewable energy and energy security: common challenges and national responses in Japan, China and Northern Europe - Espen Moe, Paul Midford 2014

          Book Further Read: Guo, J., Zusman, E., and Moe, E. (2014). Enabling China’s Low-Carbon Transition. pp. 241-257

        7. The political economy of renewable energy and energy security: common challenges and national responses in Japan, China and Northern Europe ©2014 (electronic resource)

          Book Further Read: Guo, J., Zusman, E., and Moe, E. (2014). Enabling China’s Low-Carbon Transition. pp. 241-257

    8. Week 13 12 items
      1. Seminar: South Korean Smart Cities: Hi-tech Development to Combat Climate Change? 5 items
        1. Required Reading 2 items
        2. Further Reading 3 items
      2. Lecture: South Korea's Development and Environment 7 items
        1. Required Reading 2 items
          1. Poisoned prosperity: development, modernization, and the environment in South Korea | ebook - Norman R. Eder 2015 (electronic resource)

            Book Core Read: Eder, N. (2015). The History and Structure of Environmental Administration in Korea: A Brief Overview. pp. 15-22 and Nongovernment Organizations: Environmentalism and Civic Democracy. pp. 99-134

          2. Poisoned prosperity: development, modernization, and the environment in South Korea - Norman R. Eder 2015

            Book Core Read: Eder, N. (2015). The History and Structure of Environmental Administration in Korea: A Brief Overview. pp. 15-22 and Nongovernment Organizations: Environmentalism and Civic Democracy. pp. 99-134

        2. Further Reading 5 items
          1. A companion to global environmental history 2012

            Book Further Read: Baucer, J., and Melosi M. V. (2015). Cities and the Environment. pp. 360-376 and Josephson, P. (2015). Technology and the Environment. pp. 340-359

          2. A companion to global environmental history - Erin Stewart Mauldin, John Robert McNeill, ProQuest (Firm) c2012 (electronic resource)

            Book Further Read: Baucer, J., and Melosi M. V. (2015). Cities and the Environment. pp. 360-376 and Josephson, P. (2015). Technology and the Environment. pp. 340-359

  2. Supplementary 22 items
    1. International handbook of political ecology 2015, ©2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Chapter 23: "Green Governmentality" - Ting-jieh Wang pp318-331 available direct via online link.

    2. Immigration and population | ebook - Stephanie Bohon, Meghan E. Conley 2015, ©2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    3. Immigration and population - Stephanie Bohon, Meghan E. Conley 2015

      Book Further

    4. Population and the environment in China - Geping Qu, Chin-ch'ang ni 1994

      Book Further

    5. Perceptions of tourism impacts and community resilience to natural disasters - Chung-Hung Tsai, Tsung-chiung (emily) Wu, Geoffrey Wall, Shu-Chuan Linliu 14/03/2016

      Article Further

    6. Remains of life: a novel | ebook - Michael Berry, Wu Wu He 2017, ©2017 (electronic resource)

      Book