The borderless archipelago: toward a transnational history of Japanese environmentalism
This article reconsiders the contemporary history of Japanese environmentalism through the lens of transnationalism. From as early as the antipollution struggles of the 1960s and 1970s, Japanese activists looked beyond the boundaries of their archipelago in search of allies and environmental knowledge. In the process they became involved in the nascent global environmental movement and helped support victims of industrial pollution and natural degradation in Asia, Europe and North America....[Show more]
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|Source:||Environment and History 19. 4 (2013): 397–425|
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