Resist to Exist? Radical Environmentalism at the end of the Millenium
Playful and subversive forms of protest have frequently been used by environmental direct activists. This article briefly examines the impact and potential of such actions and argues that by invoking the concept of carnival, activists have been able to maintain a coherent collective identity for radical environmentalism, whilst allowing space for the variety of tactics and strategies other groups might wish to employ.
Article published on 29 May 2003