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The Greening of New Zealand : New Zealanders' visions of green…

by Scott McVarish

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In The Greening of New Zealand, Scott McVarish has interviewed twenty key people who have brought the green movement in Aotearoa to its present popularity. These are people who are involved in a wide range of activities and who have a wide range of beliefs and philosophies. Yet despite their differences, Scott McVarish has pulled their voices together to show a common vision of a better world.
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