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The Ecological Self (Paperback, Revised): Freya Matthews The Ecological Self (Paperback, Revised)
Freya Matthews
R852 Discovery Miles 8 520 Special order

This is the first book-length treatment of the metaphysical foundations of ecological ethics. The author seeks to provide a metaphysical illumination of the fundamental ecological intuitions that we are in some sense one with' nature and that everything is connected with everything else. Drawing on contemporary cosmology, systems theory and the history of philosophy, Freya Mathews elaborates a new metaphysics of interconnectedness'. She offers an inspiring vision of the spiritual implications of ecology, which leads to a deepening of our conception of conservation.

Achievement And Addiction - A Guide To The Treatment Of Professionals (Hardcover): Edgar P. Nace Achievement And Addiction - A Guide To The Treatment Of Professionals (Hardcover)
Edgar P. Nace
R1,305 Discovery Miles 13 050 Special order


Contents:
The Professional Paradox. The Generic Concept of Chemical Dependence. Etiologic Variables of Addiction. Initial Steps: Intervention and Diagnosis/Evaluation. The Impaired Physician. Nurses. Pharmacists. Attorneys. Executives. The Recovery Program. Matching the Patient to the Level of Care. Specific Treatments. Twelve?Step Programs. Appendices. Guidelines for Taking a Substance Abuse History. Adult Recovery Services Chemical Dependency. Withdrawal Signs and Symptoms. Impaired Health Professional's Treatment Contract. Routine Substance of Abuse Chain of Custody Form. Support Groups for Alcoholic/Drug Addicted Professionals.

Cyberprotest - Environmental Activism Online (Paperback, New): Jenny Pickerill Cyberprotest - Environmental Activism Online (Paperback, New)
Jenny Pickerill
R374 Discovery Miles 3 740 Special order

Cyberprotest, available for the first time in paperback, is an exploration of contemporary radical internet activism in Britain. It investigates the context, tensions and outcomes of environmentalists' use of the internet. Examining a wide variety of groups - from radical direct action protesters to the political lobbying of Friends of the Earth - it allows activists to speak of their experiences, challenges and innovations, providing a unique insight into the workings of frontline activism. Internet use in all levels of activism - from long-running campaigns to short-term intense tactics - is analysed in the quest to determine the value of this much-hyped technology. The book documents the negotiations and achievements of environmentalists both in dealing with the tensions of using environmentally damaging technology and in avoiding surveillance and counter-strategies. It also examines how they use the internet in a participatory manner, to aid mobilisation and to add to their tactical repertoire. It reflects upon the implications of these uses for political campaigning and identifies emerging trends in the forms and processes of the environmental movement. This book will appeal to those interested in politics and the environment or who have a concern for the politics of the internet and activism. -- .

Historical Dictionary of Environmentalism (Hardcover, Second Edition): Peter Dauvergne Historical Dictionary of Environmentalism (Hardcover, Second Edition)
Peter Dauvergne
R1,550 Discovery Miles 15 500 Special order

To capture the diversity within environmentalism, this dictionary takes a global tack with a focus on ideas, events, institutions, initiatives, and green movements since the 1960s. It strives to avoid a common error in many histories of environmentalism: to exaggerate the input of the wealthy countries of Europe and North America and understate the influence of Africa, Asia, South and Central America, and the Polar Regions. It aims as well for a more comprehensive analysis than most histories of the modern environmental movement, understanding environmentalism as emerging not only from grassroots and formal nongovernmental associations, but also from corporate, governmental, and intergovernmental organizations and initiatives. This assumes the ideas and energy infusing environmentalism with political purpose arise from hundreds of thousands of sources: from corporate boardrooms to bureaucratic policies to international negotiations to activists. Thus, environmentalists are not only indigenous people blocking a logging road, Greenpeace activists protesting a seal hunt, or green candidates contesting an election; an equal or larger number of environmentalists are working within the Japanese bureaucracy to implement environmental policies, within the World Bank to assess the environmental impacts of loans, within Wal-Mart to green its purchasing practices, or within intergovernmental forums to negotiate international environmental agreements. This second edition of Historical Dictionary of Environmentalism contains a chronology, an introduction, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 300 cross-referenced entries on important events, issues, organizations, ideas, and people shaping the direction of environmentalism worldwide. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about environmentalism.

Natural Protest - Essays on the History of American Environmentalism (Paperback, New): Michael Egan, Jeff Crane Natural Protest - Essays on the History of American Environmentalism (Paperback, New)
Michael Egan, Jeff Crane
R664 Discovery Miles 6 640 Special order

From Jamestown to 9/11, concerns about the landscape, husbanding of natural resources, and the health of our environment have been important to the American way of life. Natural Protest is the first collection of original essays to offer a cohesive social and political examination of environmental awareness, activism, and justice throughout American history. Editors Michael Egan and Jeff Crane have selected the finest new scholarship in the field, establishing this complex and fascinating subject firmly at the forefront of American historical study.

Focused and thought-provoking, Natural Protest presents a cutting-edge perspective on American environmentalism and environmental history, providing an invaluable resource for anyone concerned about the ecological fate of the world around us.

Green Low-Carbon Development in China (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2013): Jinjun Xue, Zhongxiu Zhao,... Green Low-Carbon Development in China (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2013)
Jinjun Xue, Zhongxiu Zhao, Yande Dai, Bo Wang
R2,316 Discovery Miles 23 160 Special order

The book provides an in depth analyses of the experience and lessons in Chinese energy and emissions reductions policies in a climate change constrained scenario. As China emerges as the world second largest economy and first largest carbon emitter, the country is moving onto a low-carbon development path. Projections of medium and long term energy supply and demand scenarios are presented, based on variations on the energy supply structure, key energy consumption sectors and energy conservation policy innovation. Energy efficiency policies are evaluated based on lessons and experiences from case studies in different sectors, and policy innovations in terms of financial, legal and regulatory approaches to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions are proposed. The book includes the latest research findings of leading experts in energy policy and low-carbon economy from researchers, key think tanks and government officials in both China and the world.

Environmental Policy and Politics (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition): Michael E. Kraft Environmental Policy and Politics (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition)
Michael E. Kraft
R787 Discovery Miles 7 870 Special order

Concise and yet thorough, Environmental Policy and Politics is an interdisciplinary, engaging, and up-to-date examination of environmental, natural resource, and energy policy and politics. Drawing from work within environmental science, policy analysis, and political science, this text critically assesses the key strengths and weaknesses of policymaking processes today, as well as the promise of new policy approaches. Arguing that strong public support is necessary for achieving environmental policy goals, the Third Edition stresses the opportunities available to all citizens to influence environmental politics at every level of government.

Environmental Justice and the New Pluralism - The Challenge of Difference for Environmentalism (Hardcover): David Schlosberg Environmental Justice and the New Pluralism - The Challenge of Difference for Environmentalism (Hardcover)
David Schlosberg
R3,163 Discovery Miles 31 630 Special order

In the first ever theoretical treatment of the environmental justice movement, David Schlosberg demonstrates the development of a new form of `critical' pluralism, in both theory and practice. Taking into account the evolution of environmentalism and pluralism over the course of the century, the author argues that the environmental justice movement and new pluralist theories now represent a considerable challenge to both conventional pluralist thought and the practices of the major groups in the US environmental movement. Much of recent political theory has been aimed at how to acknowledge and recognize, rather than deny, the diversity inherent in contemporary life. In practice, the myriad ways people define and experience the `environment' has given credence to a form of environmentalism that takes difference seriously. The environmental justice movement, with its base in diversity, its networked structure, and its communicative practices and demands, exemplifies the attempt to design political practices beyond those one would expect from a standard interest group in the conventional pluralist model.

A Passion for Wildlife - The History of the Canadian Wildlife Service (Paperback): J.Alexander Burnett A Passion for Wildlife - The History of the Canadian Wildlife Service (Paperback)
J.Alexander Burnett
R710 R650 Discovery Miles 6 500 Save R60 (8%) Special order

A Passion for Wildlife chronicles the history of the Canadian Wildlife Service and the evolution of Canadian wildlife policy over its first half century. It presents the exploits and the accomplishments of a group of men and women whose dedication to the ideals of science, conservation, and a shared vision of Canada as a country that treasures its natural heritage has earned them the respect of their profession around the world. Drawing on interviews and anecdotes, personal correspondence, and the published record, the book addresses topics as varied as game law enforcement, field biology, habitat conservation, environmental education, toxicology, federal-provincial relations, and international diplomacy. Accessible to anyone interested in nature, it will appeal particularly to wildlife managers, scientists, and naturalists, as well as students of biology, wildlife technology, and environmental studies.

Don't Burn it Here - Grassroots Challenges to Trash Incinerators (Hardcover): Edward J. Walsh, Etc, Rex Warland, D.... Don't Burn it Here - Grassroots Challenges to Trash Incinerators (Hardcover)
Edward J. Walsh, Etc, Rex Warland, D. Clayton Smith
R1,805 Discovery Miles 18 050 Special order

When first proposed in this country during the 1970s, waste-to-energy (WTE) incinerators appeared to be ideal solutions to the growing mounds of trash in our "throw-away" society. Promising to convert useless garbage into electricity while saving precious landfill space, trash incinerators seemed perfectly timed to respond to a national need. Within a decade, however, a grassroots anti-incineration movement emerged as a vibrant offshoot of the environmental movement. In Don't Burn It Here, sociologists Edward Walsh, Rex Warland, and D. Clayton Smith examine this grassroots movement through detailed analyses of the struggles surrounding proposals to build eight municipal incinerators in Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey.

The eight case histories that form the heart of the book are comparable to hundreds of others across the U.S. The authors' research is based on interviews, focus group discussions, extensive newspaper files, and questionnaire responses from participants on both sides of the conflicts. A final chapter examines the similarities and differences between the three successful projects and the five defeated ones. An overview of the history of the modern incinerator in the U.S. and the emergence of a major national opposition movement provides the necessary context, and throughout the book, the authors make useful comparisons to other national movements seeking legal justice for deprived collectivities such as women and ethnic groups.

This project was supported by a grant from the Ford Foundation's Fund for Research in Dispute Resolution. Striving to maintain a balanced treatment of both sides of the incinerator battles, the authors provide fresh theoretical and methodological perspectives on a new type of collective action. They also help to close the gap between theory and empirical data in the social sciences.

Kaiseraugst Besetzt! - Die Bewegung Gegen Das Atomkraftwerk (German, Hardcover): David Hani Kaiseraugst Besetzt! - Die Bewegung Gegen Das Atomkraftwerk (German, Hardcover)
David Hani
R1,395 Discovery Miles 13 950 Special order
Green Political Thought (Hardcover, 3 New Edition): Andrew Dobson Green Political Thought (Hardcover, 3 New Edition)
Andrew Dobson
R2,448 Discovery Miles 24 480 Special order

Andrew Dobson's highly acclaimed introduction to green political thought is now available in a new edition. It has been fully revised and updated to take into account the areas that have grown in importance since the last edition was published.
The third edition includes:
* a comparison of ecologism with other principal modern ideologies, such as liberalism, conservatism, fascism, socialism, feminism and anarchism
* an assessment of the relationship between green thinking and democracy, justice and citizenship
* an exploration of 'sustainable development' addressing the fundamental question of 'what to sustain?'
* real environmental problems and how green thinking relates to them.

Environmental Movements - Local, National and Global (Paperback, annotated edition): Christopher Rootes Environmental Movements - Local, National and Global (Paperback, annotated edition)
Christopher Rootes
R1,060 Discovery Miles 10 600 Special order

Environmental movements are at a crossroads. Increasingly institutionalized almost everywhere in the industrially developed societies, established environmental organizations are confronted by new radical groups and uninstitutionalized local protesters. Despite growing evidence of the universality of environmental problems and of economic and cultural globalization, the development of a truly global environmental movement is at best tentative. The dilemmas which confront environmental organizations are no less apparent at the global than at national levels. This volume is a collection of 1990s research on environmental movements in western and southern Europe, the US and the global arena.

Remaking Reality - Nature at the Millenium (Paperback): Bruce Braun, Noel Castree Remaking Reality - Nature at the Millenium (Paperback)
Bruce Braun, Noel Castree
R1,158 Discovery Miles 11 580 Special order


Remaking Reality rejects apocalyptic pronouncements that the end of the millennium represents the 'end' of nature as well. Bringing together leading international contributors this book argues that a notion of 'social nature' provides great hope for the future. Engaging with debates in politics, science, technology and social movements surrounding race, gender and class, the contributors explore important and emerging sites where nature is now being remade with considerable social and ecological consequences.
For critics and activists alike Remaking Reality provides essential theoretical and political tools to rethink environmentalism and progressive social natures for the twenty-first century.

Community Action and Climate Change (Paperback): Jennifer Kent Community Action and Climate Change (Paperback)
Jennifer Kent
R877 Discovery Miles 8 770 Special order

The failure of recent international negotiations to progress global action on climate change has shifted attention to the emergence of grassroots sustainability initiatives. These civil society networks display the potential to implement social innovation and change processes from the `bottom up'. Recent scholarship has sought to theorise grassroots community-based low carbon practices in terms of their sustainability transition potential. However there are few empirical examples that demonstrate the factors for success of community-based social innovations in achieving more widespread adoption outside of their local, sustainability `niche'. The book seeks to address two significant gaps related to grassroots climate action: firstly the continuing dominance of the individualisation of responsibility for climate change action which presupposes that individuals hold both the ability and desire to shift their behaviours and lifestyle choices to align with a low carbon future. Secondly, the potential for community-based collectives to influence mainstream climate change governance, an area significantly under researched. Drawing on empirical research into Australian Climate Action Groups (CAGs) and related international research, the book argues that grassroots community-based collective action on climate change holds the key to broader social change. This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of climate change, citizen participation, environmental sociology and sustainable development.

American Environmentalism - The US Environmental Movement, 1970-1990 (Paperback, First): Riley E. Dunlap, Angela G. Mertig American Environmentalism - The US Environmental Movement, 1970-1990 (Paperback, First)
Riley E. Dunlap, Angela G. Mertig
R1,097 Discovery Miles 10 970 Special order


This work aims to provide an overview of the progress of the US environmentalist movement over the last 20 years. It asks why environmentalism has been able to avoid the fate of most short-lived movements and how it has changed since the first

Between Two Worlds - Science, the Environmental Movement and Policy Choice (Hardcover): Lynton Keith Caldwell Between Two Worlds - Science, the Environmental Movement and Policy Choice (Hardcover)
Lynton Keith Caldwell
R948 Discovery Miles 9 480 Special order

Will humans adapt their ways of life to conserve the natural systems upon which their future and the living world depend? There is no simple answer to the question of whether we as humans can adapt our lifestyles in the pursuit of an environmentally sound world. Inadequate information is a limiting factor, and unforeseen events make uncertainty inevitable. Even so, choices made today can narrow or expand future options. A critical task for society today is to reverse trends that narrow these options, a task in which science plays a vital role. In his thought-provoking book, Dr. Caldwell attempts to address this issue with an integrated analysis of the interrelationships among science, the environmental movement, and public policy. Special emphasis is given to the interactions of environmentalism and science in generating public and international environmental policies.

Between Preservation and Exploitation - Transnational Advocacy Networks and Conservation in Developing Countries (Hardcover):... Between Preservation and Exploitation - Transnational Advocacy Networks and Conservation in Developing Countries (Hardcover)
Kemi Fuentes-George
R365 R340 Discovery Miles 3 400 Save R25 (7%) Special order

A study of biodiversity governance analyzes the factors that determine the effectiveness of transnational advocacy networks and the importance of justice claims to conservation. In the late 2000s, ordinary citizens in Jamaica and Mexico demanded that government put a stop to lucrative but environmentally harmful economic development activities-bauxite mining in Jamaica and large-scale tourism and overfishing on the eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. In each case, the catalyst for the campaign was information gathered and disseminated by transnational advocacy networks (TANs) of researchers, academics, and activists. Both campaigns were successful despite opposition from industry supporters. Meanwhile, simultaneous campaigns to manage land in another part of the Yucatan and to conserve migratory birds in Egypt had far less success. In this book, Kemi Fuentes-George uses these four cases to analyze factors that determine the success or failure of efforts by TANs to persuade policymakers and private sector actors in developing countries to change environmental behavior. Fuentes-George argues that in order to influence the design and implementation of policy, TANs must generate a scientific consensus, create social relationships with local actors, and advocate for biodiversity in a way that promotes local environmental justice. Environmentally just policies would allow local populations access to their lands provided they use natural resources sustainably. Justice claims are also more likely to generate needed support among local groups for conservation projects. In their conservation efforts, Jamaica, Mexico, and Egypt were attempting to meet their obligations under the UN Convention on Biological Diversity and other regional agreements. Fuentes-George's innovative analysis shows the importance of local environmental justice for the implementation of international environmental treaties.

Negotiating Water Governance - Why the Politics of Scale Matter (Hardcover, New Ed): Emma S Norman, Christina Cook Negotiating Water Governance - Why the Politics of Scale Matter (Hardcover, New Ed)
Emma S Norman, Christina Cook
R2,015 Discovery Miles 20 150 Special order

Those who control water, hold power. Complicating matters, water is a flow resource; constantly changing states between liquid, solid, and gas, being incorporated into living and non-living things and crossing boundaries of all kinds. As a result, water governance has much to do with the question of boundaries and scale: who is in and who is out of decision-making structures? Which of the many boundaries that water crosses should be used for decision-making related to its governance? Recently, efforts to understand the relationship between water and political boundaries have come to the fore of water governance debates: how and why does water governance fragment across sectors and governmental departments? How can we govern shared waters more effectively? How do politics and power play out in water governance? This book brings together and connects the work of scholars to engage with such questions. The introduction of scalar debates into water governance discussions is a significant advancement of both governance studies and scalar theory: decision-making with respect to water is often, implicitly, a decision about scale and its related politics. When water managers or scholars explore municipal water service delivery systems, argue that integrated approaches to salmon stewardship are critical to their survival, query the damming of a river to provide power to another region and investigate access to potable water - they are deliberating the politics of scale. Accessible, engaging, and informative, the volume offers an overview and advancement of both scalar and governance studies while examining practical solutions to the challenges of water governance.

Indigenous Sustainable Wisdom - First-Nation Know-How for Global Flourishing (Paperback, New edition): Darcia Narv aez, four... Indigenous Sustainable Wisdom - First-Nation Know-How for Global Flourishing (Paperback, New edition)
Darcia Narv aez, four arrows, Eugene Halton, Brian S. Collier, Georges Enderle
R837 Discovery Miles 8 370 Special order

Indigenous Sustainable Wisdom: First Nation Know-how for Global Flourishing's contributors describe ways of being in the world that reflect a worldview that guided humanity for 99% of human history: They describe the practical traditional wisdom that stems from Nature-based relational cultures that were or are guided by this worldview. Such cultures did not cause the kinds of anti-Nature and de-humanizing or inequitable policies and practices that now pervade our world. Far from romanticizing Indigenous histories, Indigenous Sustainable Wisdom offers facts about how human beings, with our potential for good and evil behaviors, can live in relative harmony again. Contributions cover views from anthropology, psychology, sociology, leadership, native science, native history, and native art.

Indigenous Sustainable Wisdom - First-Nation Know-How for Global Flourishing (Hardcover, New edition): Darcia Narv aez, four... Indigenous Sustainable Wisdom - First-Nation Know-How for Global Flourishing (Hardcover, New edition)
Darcia Narv aez, four arrows, Eugene Halton, Brian S. Collier, Georges Enderle
R2,086 Discovery Miles 20 860 Special order

Indigenous Sustainable Wisdom: First Nation Know-how for Global Flourishing's contributors describe ways of being in the world that reflect a worldview that guided humanity for 99% of human history: They describe the practical traditional wisdom that stems from Nature-based relational cultures that were or are guided by this worldview. Such cultures did not cause the kinds of anti-Nature and de-humanizing or inequitable policies and practices that now pervade our world. Far from romanticizing Indigenous histories, Indigenous Sustainable Wisdom offers facts about how human beings, with our potential for good and evil behaviors, can live in relative harmony again. Contributions cover views from anthropology, psychology, sociology, leadership, native science, native history, and native art.

Global Warming, Militarism and Nonviolence - The Art of Active Resistance (Hardcover): Marty Branagan Global Warming, Militarism and Nonviolence - The Art of Active Resistance (Hardcover)
Marty Branagan
R2,662 R2,387 Discovery Miles 23 870 Save R275 (10%) Special order

Militarism is the elephant in the room of global warming. Of all government sectors, 'Defence' has the highest carbon footprint and expenditure, yet has largely been exempt from international scrutiny and regulation. Marty Branagan uses Australian and international case studies to show that nonviolence is a viable alternative to militarism for national defence and regime change. 'Active resistance', initiated in Australian environmental blockades and now adopted globally, makes the song 'We Shall Not Be Moved' much more realistic, as activists erect tripod villages, bury, chain and cement themselves into the ground, and 'lock-on' to machinery and gates. Active resistance, 'artistic activism', and use of new information and communication technologies in movements such as the Arab Spring and 'Occupy' demonstrate that nonviolence is an effective, evolving praxis.

New Perspectives in Climate Change (Paperback): Emerald Group Publishing Limited New Perspectives in Climate Change (Paperback)
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
R702 Discovery Miles 7 020 Special order

New Perspectives in Climate Change is a unique collection of articles that represent the very highest level of scholarship in the field. The articles published in this collection identify some important topics that have established themselves as key areas of research among academics in the field. These include the following:- Climate change adaptation- Vulnerability to and mitigation of climate change- The effects of climate change on specific geographical communities. This new collection provides an unparalleled insight into the subject of climate change and will enable readers to access the most important 'thinkers' active in this arena today.

Acid Rain and the Rise of the Environmental Chemist in Nineteenth-Century Britain - The Life and Work of Robert Angus Smith... Acid Rain and the Rise of the Environmental Chemist in Nineteenth-Century Britain - The Life and Work of Robert Angus Smith (Hardcover, New Ed)
Peter Reed; Series edited by Ernst Hamm, Robert M. Brain
R2,682 Discovery Miles 26 820 Special order

Robert Angus Smith (1817-1884) was a Scottish chemist and a leading investigator into what came to be known as 'acid rain'. This study of his working life, contextualized through discussion of his childhood, education, beliefs, family, interests and influences sheds light on the evolving understanding of sanitary science during the nineteenth century. Born in Glasgow and initially trained for a career in the Church of Scotland, Smith instead went on to study chemistry in Germany under Justus von Liebig. On his return to Manchester in the 1840s, Smith's strong Calvinist faith lead him to develop a strong concern for the insanitary environmental conditions in Manchester and other industrial towns in Britain. His appointment as Inspector of the Alkali Administration in 1863 enabled him to marry his social concerns and his work as an analytical chemist, and this book explores his role as Inspector of the Administration from its inception through battles with chemical manufacturers in the courts, to the struggle to widen and tighten the regulatory framework as other harmful chemical nuisances became known. This study of Smith's life and work provides an important background to the way that 'chemical' came to have such negative connotations in the century before publication of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring. It also offers a fascinating insight into the changing landscape of British politics as regulation and enforcement of the chemical industries came to be seen as necessary, and is essential reading for historians of science, technology and industry in the nineteenth century, as well as environmental historians seeking background context to the twentieth-century environmental movements.

Ecologies of Grace - Environmental Ethics and Christian Theology (Paperback): Willis Jenkins Ecologies of Grace - Environmental Ethics and Christian Theology (Paperback)
Willis Jenkins
R585 Discovery Miles 5 850 Special order

Christianity struggles to show how living on Earth matters for living with God. While people of faith increasingly seek practical ways to respond to the environmental crisis, theology has had difficulty contextualizing the crisis and interpreting the responses. In Ecologies of Grace, Willis Jenkins presents a field-shaping introduction to Christian environmental ethics that offers resources for renewing theology. Observing how religious environmental practices often draw on concepts of grace, Jenkins maps the way Christian environmental strategies draw from traditions of salvation as they engage the problems of environmental ethics. By being particularly sensitive to the ways in which environmental problems are made intelligible to Christian moral experience, Jenkins guides his readers toward a fuller understanding of Christianity and ecology. He not only makes sense of the variety of Christian environmental ethics, but by showing how environmental issues come to the heart of Christian experience, prepares fertile ground for theological renewal.

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