JOURNAL: Society and Natural Resources
AUTHORS: Mairi Jay & Munir Morad
SUMMARY: Ecological modernization theory holds that capitalist economic structures can be transformed to avoid long-term environmental damage, through the introduction of modern environmental technologies and reforming modern institutions. Empirical evidence, drawing on ecological modernization practices in some European and North American contexts, lends support to this view. However, it is not clear yet whether the practices of ecological modernization can be applied with equal success to agricultural industries (such New Zealand's dairy sector), based on farmers as multiple producers.
CULTURAL REFERENCE: CRY OVER SPILT MILK is used when something bad has happened, but you cannot change it now.
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Crying over spilt milk: a critical assessment of the ecological modernization of New Zealand's dairy industry
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