environmental realism

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The notion that the environment is a ‘real thing’; environmental idealism posits a set of underlying, stable, and consistent values that relate to the character, sense, and quality of nature. See P. Macnaghten and J. Urry (1998).

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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