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Hijacking sustainability

Adrian Parr

Hijacking sustainability

by Adrian Parr

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Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sustainable development -- Social aspects.,
  • Environmentalism -- Social aspects.,
  • Social change.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAdrian Parr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC79.E5 P353 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22513205M
    ISBN 109780262013062
    LC Control Number2008029420

      Hijacking Sustainability: Capitalism, Militarism, and the Struggle for Collective Life (review) Hijacking Sustainability: Capitalism, Militarism, and the Struggle for Collective Life (review) Wilson, Aimee. terms and instead offers illuminating practical insights into the current debates surrounding sustainability. The book takes a broad view of sustainability: this term is Author: Wilson, Aimee.   Hijacking Environmentalism. DOI link for Hijacking Environmentalism. Hijacking Environmentalism bookCited by:

      The hijacking of Sustainability by: SZ Stirling. Who wants sustainability and who wants control? As an original member of the climate project, someone who has lobbied in Washington on behalf of our National Parks and who has been a warrior for saving mother earth and creating a sustainable future for over 40 years, I can testify first hand that the movement for a sustainable future, the. This text combines a number of essays from recognized experts in sustainability practices, in theory and design to construction, on order to develop a comprehensive approach to thinking, designing, building, and living sustainably. According to WorldCat, the book is held in libraries ; Parr, Adrian (). Hijacking sustainability Alma mater: Monash University.

    5TNBOFI2TPT1 # Doc # Hijacking Sustainability (Hardback) HIJACKING SUSTAINABILITY (HARDBACK) MIT Press Ltd, United States, Hardback. Book Condition: New. x mm. Language: English. Brand New Book. The idea of sustainability has gone mainstream. Thanks to Prius-driving movie stars, it s even hip. Adrian Parr () Hijacking Sustainability, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. As a poststructuralist who teaches Deleuze and Guattari in a School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Iseized the opportunity to review Hijacking Sustainability. ‘Sustainability’ has become an important trope.


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How the sustainability movement has been co-opted: from ecobranding by Wal-Mart to the “greening” of the American military.

The idea of “sustainability” has gone mainstream. Thanks to Prius-driving movie stars, it's even hip. What began as a grassroots movement to promote responsible development has become a bullet point in corporate ecobranding strategies.

In Hijacking Sustainability. "A model of "utopian praxis, " Parr's book shows how creative ways of thinking and living can mitigate the rapid disintegration of our planet under the sway of flexible capitalism. Direct and forcefully written, "Hijacking Sustainability" is a shrill and eloquent call for collective action.3/5(1).

A model of utopian praxis, Parr's book shows how creative ways of thinking and living can mitigate the rapid disintegration of our planet under the sway of flexible capitalism.

Direct and forcefully written, Hijacking Sustainability is a shrill and eloquent call for collective action. Her voice and her words will leave no one indifferent.3/5(1).

Hijacking Sustainability book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. How the sustainability movement has been co-opted: from eco /5. Review: Hijacking Sustainability by Adrian ParrParr's illuminating interrogation of that tactic is a triumph of content over style, says Steven Poole.

In Hijacking Sustainability, Adrian Parr describes how this has happened: how the goals of an environmental movement came to be mediated by corporate interests, government, and the military. Parr argues that the more popular sustainable development becomes, the more commodified it becomes; the more mainstream culture embraces the sustainability.

A model of utopian praxis, Parr's book shows how creative ways of thinking and living can mitigate the rapid disintegration of our planet under the sway of flexible capitalism. Direct and forcefully written, Hijacking Sustainability is a shrill and eloquent call for collective action.

Her voice and her words will leave no one : Adrian Parr. are the days when the word conjured up images of unapologetic veganism, dreadlocks, and mud-brick homes. From ecohippie to ecohip,sustainabilityis the new buzzword on the lips of many corporate sector is going green, Hollywood is taking up the cause with a bang, cities are being ranked according to how sustainable they are, and popular media are increasingly.

And the more issues of sustainability are aligned with those of national security, the more military values are conflated with the goals of sustainable development.\" \"Parr looks closely at five examples of the hijacking of sustainability: corporate image-greening by such companies as British Petroleum (BP) and Wal-Mart; Hollywood activism by.

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Direct and forcefully written, Hijacking Sustainability is a shrill and eloquent call for collective action. In Hijacking Sustainability, Adrian Parr describes how this has happened: how the goals of an environmental movement came to be mediated by corporate interests, government, and the military.

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Hijacking Sustainability by Adrian Parr,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(19). The central idea of Parr’s book Hijacking Sustainability is sound: the concept of sustainability has been co-opted by American companies, governmental bodies, and even Hollywood for the purpose /5.

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Direct and forcefully written, Hijacking Sustainability is a shrill and eloquent call for collective action.3/5(1). - Hijacking Sustainability: A review of Adrian Parr, Hijacking Sustainability (Cambridge MA: MIT, ), in Radical Philosophy (March/April ) Review Excerpt from Radical Philosophy At the time of writing the Copenhagen Climate Change negotiations are in full flow, with stories of breakthroughs and breakdowns circulating in equal measure.

In Hijacking Sustainability, Adrian Parr, a visiting associate professor at Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, looks at various ways in which the idea of sustainability has been adopted by business, Hollywood, US politics and the US military. Parr also looks from the point of view of sustainability at urban development in the United States and.Adrian Parr’s marvelous book Birth of a New Earth does not simply argue that capitalism, neoliberalism, and militarism are incompatible with environmental concerns but also provides concrete examples of how to overcome this incompatibility, which is the cause of our greatest natural, political, and social emergencies.

Parr calls upon.