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Is There a National Paradigm to Sustainable Development?

Is There a National Paradigm to Sustainable Development? II I REVIEW ESSAY Yves Laberge Diemer, Arnaud, and Christel Marquat, eds. 2014. Éducation au développement durable: Enjeux et controverses. Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium: De Boeck Supérieur. 495 pp. Figuière, Catherine, Bruno Boidin, and Arnaud Diemer. 2014. Économie politique du développe- ment durable. Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium: De Boeck Supérieur. 267 pp. Kalaora, Bernard, and Chloé Vlassopoulos. 2013. Pour une sociologie de l’environnement: Envi- ronnement, société et politique. Seyssel, France: Champ Vallon. 301 pp. Th is review essay aims to question the specifi c, national approaches to environmental stud- ies and sustainable development according to a given dominant paradigm, in a given country, in a certain era. Comparing theoretical approaches according to countries can be a challeng- ing exercise and constitute as such an endless quest, considering the fact that consensus is not even achievable within a single country’s academic community. Nevertheless, observing and comparing how environmental issues are conceived, conceptualized, addressed, and prioritized from one cou ntry to another should be one of sociologists’ main duties whenever they have an interest in urban and rural oppositions, social debates, or environmentalism and governance in general. Some cross-cultural comparisons already exist, but they oft en include only (or mainly) Anglo-Saxon nations, which limits the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Environment and Society Berghahn Books

Is There a National Paradigm to Sustainable Development?

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II I REVIEW ESSAY Yves Laberge Diemer, Arnaud, and Christel Marquat, eds. 2014. Éducation au développement durable: Enjeux et controverses. Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium: De Boeck Supérieur. 495 pp. Figuière, Catherine, Bruno Boidin, and Arnaud Diemer. 2014. Économie politique du développe- ment durable. Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium: De Boeck Supérieur. 267 pp. Kalaora, Bernard, and Chloé Vlassopoulos. 2013. Pour une sociologie de l’environnement: Envi- ronnement, société et politique. Seyssel, France: Champ Vallon. 301 pp. Th is review essay aims to question the specifi c, national approaches to environmental stud- ies and sustainable development according to a given dominant paradigm, in a given country, in a certain era. Comparing theoretical approaches according to countries can be a challeng- ing exercise and constitute as such an endless quest, considering the fact that consensus is not even achievable within a single country’s academic community. Nevertheless, observing and comparing how environmental issues are conceived, conceptualized, addressed, and prioritized from one cou ntry to another should be one of sociologists’ main duties whenever they have an interest in urban and rural oppositions, social debates, or environmentalism and governance in general. Some cross-cultural comparisons already exist, but they oft en include only (or mainly) Anglo-Saxon nations, which limits the

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