The Internet and the Advancement of the Environmental Movement The following paper looks at the internet and at internet communities and explores the role of both in advancing the interests and needs of the environmental movement. Specifically, the paper addresses the following pressing questions: what role does the internet play in advancing the concerns/needs of the environmental movement? How do eco-friendly online communities come about? What commonalities can be found amongst such internet communities (to the extent any such information can be found) and what strategies are employed by these groups or by internet communities as a whole as they advance their objectives and as they strive to bring in new members? Finally, and...The end:
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