Labour and the environment: An historical perspective

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 29 Number 2 (2021)

Labour and the environment: An historical perspective
Mitya Pearson pages 32-38


Navigating the politics of the environment will be an unavoidable central challenge for the Labour Party in the coming decades. Examining the history of interactions between socialists and environmentalists suggests that the alliance has often been fraught, but this agenda offers opportunities for the party as well.

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Mitya Pearson (2021) Labour and the environment: An historical perspective, Renewal, 29(2), 32-38

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