1. the life, significance, and philosophy of clemens timpler, 1563/4-1624 (germany)



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Number of pages: 317

Publication year: 2015

Degree date: 2015

School code: 0392

Source: DAI-A 76/11(E), Dissertation Abstracts International

Place of publication: Ann Arbor

Country of publication: United States

ISBN: 9781321895513

Advisor: Kelly, Sean

Committee member: Magee, Glenn; Tarnas, Richard

University/institution: California Institute of Integral Studies

Department: Philosophy and Religion with a concentration on Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness

University location: United States -- California

Degree: Ph.D.

Source type: Dissertations & Theses

Language: English

Document type: Dissertation/Thesis

Dissertation/thesis number: 3712612

ProQuest document ID: 1707689365

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Database: ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global

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Organic farmers, German vintners, and the atomic monster of Seabrook: A trans-Atlantic history of social activism and nuclear power from New England to West Germany

Author: Smith, David C.

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Abstract: This study focuses on citizen intervention, direct action, and antinuclear activism from West Germany to New England in the twentieth century. Samuel Lovejoy's war against the nuke in Montague, the politicization of German vintners in Breisach, the site occupation in Wyhl, and the rise of the Clamshell Alliance in Seabrook provide the framework for a trans-Atlantic narrative on the development of the antinuclear movement in the Atlantic World during the 1970s. Using both oral histories and archival research on antinuclear protest in New England and the Rhine Valley in West Germany, what this paper ultimately demonstrates is that the model of direct action used by the nuclear opposition at Wyhl provided the inspiration behind the organization of the Clamshell Alliance in the fight against the atomic monster in Seabrook, New Hampshire. Along the way, the story explores how shared concerns over thermal pollution, low-level radiation, and the authoritative nuclear state politicized everyday people. Seemingly ordinary farmers, vintners, and fishermen rallied against nuclear power and joined what were essentially grassroots social movements in order to challenge the authority of the state. This project is significant because it questions traditional American and European historiography on environmental and social movements first by studying the relationship between nuclear technologies, political boundaries, and the traditional social order, and second by situating the antinuclear movement within a trans-Atlantic context. This study places two heretofore separate social and environmental histories into a single transnational narrative, and in the process, a new interpretation of the Cold War is presented based on nuclear power and social activism in the Atlantic World. Ultimately, the smaller story of the antinuclear movement from New England to West Germany is told on order to reframe and expand the larger story that becomes the Cold War.

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Subject: American history; World History; Modern history

Classification: 0337: American history; 0506: World History; 0582: Modern history

Identifier / keyword: Social sciences Antinuclear movement Clamshell Alliance Cold War Germany New Hampshire Nuclear power Trans-Atlantic Wyhl

Title: Organic farmers, German vintners, and the atomic monster of Seabrook: A trans-Atlantic history of social activism and nuclear power from New England to West Germany

Number of pages: 257

Publication year: 2015

Degree date: 2015

School code: 2502

Source: DAI-A 76/11(E), Dissertation Abstracts International

Place of publication: Ann Arbor

Country of publication: United States

ISBN: 9781321883510

Advisor: Morris, Christopher C.

Committee member: Babiracki, Patryk; Dulaney, Marvin

University/institution: The University of Texas at Arlington

Department: History

University location: United States -- Texas

Degree: Ph.D.

Source type: Dissertations & Theses

Language: English

Document type: Dissertation/Thesis

Dissertation/thesis number: 3711881

ProQuest document ID: 1708647591

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New battlegrounds over science, risk, and environmental justice: Factors influencing the cleanup of military Superfund sites

Author: Ohayon, Jennifer Liss

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Abstract: Combining quantitative and qualitative approaches, I examine the implementation of the Superfund Act on former US military bases, which represent the nation’s most hazardous waste sites. First, I used data from 127 military Superfund sites for a quantitative analysis of how technical (e.g., the severity of contamination), political (e.g., budgetary priorities), and socioeconomic (e.g., race and income) factors contribute to how quickly sites are remediated. I found that the most contaminated sites do get tackled first, contrary to criticisms of Superfund as an inefficient and overly bureaucratic program. Although socioeconomic factors such as race and income seemingly have little effect on the pace of military site cleanups, qualitative fieldwork shows that economically and ethnically marginalized communities can be particularly vulnerable to the residual effects of a history of militarism. My qualitative fieldwork in California and Puerto Rico examines how widely adopted federal policies on environmental justice and community participation influence site cleanups and finds that (1) Communities may suffer from disproportionately poor health status, yet it is outside the jurisdiction of Superfund to redress any lingering effects from historical exposures to military activities. (2) Public participation is low in part because there are no formal mechanisms to ensure agencies are responsive to public input. Furthermore, participation programs are similarly restricted in addressing health concerns or any social impacts related to past military activities. (3) A lack of historical data on military activities and small and mobile populations make it difficult to reconstruct past health exposures. Taken together, these issues confound the ability of the military to implement its own adopted environmental justice strategies and diversify public participation, as well as respond to the broader health, ecological, and social concerns of affected communities. I conclude with policy recommendations, including 1) the implementation of peer-reviewed evaluations of citizen advisory boards, 2) an increase in community capacity to participate in and influence cleanup programs, 3) better coordination of Superfund cleanup programs with existing government initiatives to assess and address disproportionate health impacts, and 4) the orientation of public health studies not at proving a causal relationship between poor health status and military toxins but rather at establishing what basic healthcare and health surveillance is needed at present.

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Subject: Environmental Health; Environmental Studies; Public health; Military studies

Classification: 0470: Environmental Health; 0477: Environmental Studies; 0573: Public health; 0750: Military studies

Identifier / keyword: Social sciences Health and environmental sciences Environmental health Environmental justice Public participation Superfund

Title: New battlegrounds over science, risk, and environmental justice: Factors influencing the cleanup of military Superfund sites

Number of pages: 271

Publication year: 2015

Degree date: 2015

School code: 0036

Source: DAI-B 77/03(E), Dissertation Abstracts International

Place of publication: Ann Arbor

Country of publication: United States

ISBN: 9781339160795

Advisor: Gilbert, Gregory S.

Committee member: Rajan, Ravi S.; Reardon, Jenny E.; Tzankova, Zdravka

University/institution: University of California, Santa Cruz

Department: Environmental Studies

University location: United States -- California

Degree: Ph.D.

Source type: Dissertations & Theses

Language: English

Document type: Dissertation/Thesis

Dissertation/thesis number: 3730023

ProQuest document ID: 1734020931

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1. Beyond Myth and Ceremony?: An Examination of Corporate Responses to Climate Change

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Beyond Myth and Ceremony?: An Examination of Corporate Responses to Climate Change

Author: Badiane, Krista Katherine

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Abstract: The focus of this dissertation is on corporate responses to climate change. Using three empirical studies, I examine the gap in corporate words and actions when it comes to addressing climate change through three empirical studies. The first study uses critical theory to analyze how firms decouple climate change discourse and actions through an examination of Environmental Protection Agency Climate Leaders participants. The second study uses textual analysis of sustainability reports to examine the underlying logics of corporations addressing climate change. Finally, I present an ethnographic and historical case study of Ford Motor Company and their journey from symbolic to substantive climate change response to better understand the mechanisms and tensions underlying such change. Throughout the three chapters, the themes of opportunity and belief in the science of climate change stand out as important motivating factors driving substantive corporate response to the issue.

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Subject: Business administration; Climate Change

Classification: 0310: Business administration; 0404: Climate Change

Identifier / keyword: Social sciences Earth sciences Climate change Corporate culture change Institutional theory and decoupling Logics Sustainability

Title: Beyond Myth and Ceremony?: An Examination of Corporate Responses to Climate Change

Number of pages: 205

Publication year: 2015

Degree date: 2015

School code: 0127

Source: DAI-B 76/11(E), Dissertation Abstracts International

Place of publication: Ann Arbor

Country of publication: United States

ISBN: 9781321833157

Advisor: Hardin, Rebecca D.; Hoffman, Andrew J.

Committee member: Agrawal, Arun; Davis, Gerald F.

University/institution: University of Michigan

Department: Natural Resources and Environment

University location: United States -- Michigan

Degree: Ph.D.

Source type: Dissertations & Theses

Language: English

Document type: Dissertation/Thesis

Dissertation/thesis number: 3708247



ProQuest document ID: 1696938393

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