I. History and Nature
Introduction to Part I
1. Culture, Nature, and the Materialist Conception of History
2. What Is Environmental History? Why Environmental History?
3. Three Ways to Look at the Ecological History and Cultural Landscapes of Monterey Bay
4. The Nature of Construction and the Construction of Nature at Fall Creek, Felton, California, 1860 1990: A Script
5. The Sales of Two Cities: Chicago and Los Angeles
II. Capitalism and Nature
Introduction to Part II
6. Some Observations on "Ecological Crisis"
7. The Conditions of Production and the Production of Conditions
8. The Second Contradiction of Capitalism, with an Addendum on the Two Contradictions of Capitalism
9. On Capitalist Accumulation and Economic and Ecological Crisis
10. Uneven and Combined Development and Ecological Crisis
11. Technology and Ecology
12. Murder on the Orient Express: The Political Economy of the Gulf War
13. British Rule in Shetland
14. Is Sustainable Capitalism Possible?
III. Socialism and Nature
Introduction to Part III
15. Socialism and Ecology
16. A Red Green Politics in the United States?
17. Flatland Politics
18. Think Globally, Act Locally? Toward an International Red-Green Movement
19. Ecology Movements and the State
20. The New Global Economy and One Alternative
21. What Is Ecological Socialism?