Can environmentalism and nationalism be reconciled? The Plaid Cymru/Green Party alliance, 1991–95

@article{Fowler2006CanEA,
  title={Can environmentalism and nationalism be reconciled? The Plaid Cymru/Green Party alliance, 1991–95},
  author={Carwyn Iorwerth Fowler and R. Jones},
  journal={Regional \& Federal Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={16},
  pages={315 - 331}
}
Abstract This article develops previous theoretical and empirical connections made between the discourses of nationalism and environmentalism. It commences with a literature review of previous work that has sought to draw attention to the potential compatibility, or otherwise, between the political forces of environmentalism and nationalism. Drawing on qualitative and original primary evidence, the rise and decline of the Plaid Cymru/Green Party alliance of 1991–95 is charted—an episode that… Expand

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