This book presents an argument that the environmental movement is a coalition of many groups working toward common objectives without common values. Norton believes this lack of unity causes unnecessary and divisive controversy and debate within the environmentalist community, which in turn impedes the development of effective and timely environmental management policies. Norton proposes the creation of a common language for discussing environmental issues as a first step towards a unified theory of environmental management.
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