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11:1–16. Baldwin (1950) The Dome: A Study in the History of Ideas, Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. , Bates, M. and Mumford, L. (eds) (1956) Man’s Role in Changing the Face of the Earth, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Williams,R. ) Ecology, the Shaping Enquiry, London: Longman. Chapter 3 Between science and shamanism The advocacy of environmentalism in Toronto Peter Harries-Jones The environmental movement is a global phenomenon, of necessity, and Toronto is only one of many localities.

It now dominates public political discussion of environmental matters in Britain, whether in the form of argument about straightforward conflicts involving individual ‘interests’, or talk of ‘interests’ of generations as yet unborn, or advocacy of the ‘interests’ of other (non-human) species. There are two objections to this tendency. In the first place, it is simply not true that all environmental concern can be characterized appropriately in terms of interests. In my own experience, and contrary to appearances, individuals who have most shaped the environmental movement have been drawn together quite as much by openness and a groping sense of shared, or potentially shared, identity—forged against the prevailing social orthodoxy—as by the pursuit of predefined policy objectives.

What is more, in the Anglo-Saxon world, the pervasive, individualistic language of ‘interests’ has added what might be seen as a further filter: it has tended to disguise from view the fact that, as Melucci (1989) and other theorists of new social movements have begun to point out, grass-roots processes of reconfiguration of a refreshed sense of communitarian concern have been under way within the environmental movement. Paradoxically, the discourse of individualism may be being used to reconstitute, however partially, collectivities and a state of mutual interdependency previously articulated for society in the idioms of a nowtattered socialism.

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