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Environmental responsibility and the Big Society

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Keystone Publications/Development Trusts Association (DTA)/BASSAC/Social Enterprise East of England/LankellyChase Foundation
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  • Ecology
  • Geography
  • Political Science

Abstract

This chapter examines the impact of the Big Society policy shift and the reform on political institutions on environmental policy and the ecological actions of citizens. It also outlines the meaning of environmental responsibility and explores the relationships between entitlements and rights with obligations and duties in generating environmental responsibility.This chapter highlights Burkean conservative accounts of obligations and how environmental responsibility could be fostered by a range of actors operating in partnerships and so challenges conventional understandings of the relationship between state and civil society.

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