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ID number:740646
Published: 07.01.2003.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 8 units
References: Used
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  Introduction    2
  What is Environmentalism?    2
  Compearing of Environmentalism    4
  Environmentalism in Third World Countries.    4
  Environmentalism in USA.    6
  Environmentalism in Latvia    8
  Nature and Nature Protection till 1940s.    8
  Latvia: An Environmental Tragedy in USSR.    9
  Latvian Environmentalism in Recent Days.    10
  Conclusion    11
  Literature    13

Increasing of industrialization in 20th century crteate much serious problems. The global warming, pollution of air and ground, noclear desasters were only some problems which arise in last two centuries. People demands increased, but it is connected with serious problems in nature. However there are people who tries to faight not only with consequences, but also with reasons. These are ecologists and environmentalists.
Economic development had tipically paid little heed to the damage it was inflicting on the environment. Events such as those at Love Channel, Three Mile Island, and Chernobyl seemed to prove the ecologists right. Moreover, the massive burning of fossil fuels and rain forests may be creating a ‘’greenhouse effect’’, trapping heat inside the earth atmosphere. Environmentalists believe that industrialism can be reformed and made ‘’greener’’ or more sustainable. Ecologism is a radical theory which argues for widespread social, political and economic change.
In my work I`ll try to show how and why environmentalists tries to reform industrialization of the world and what are their successes.…

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