The chapters in this book provide significant support not only for the environment to be considered a significant field of practice for social workers, but also for the development of a more critical understanding of eco-social work practice. While this is not new, these chapters give additional insights, advance our theoretical understanding of the field and provide more clarity on practice frameworks and models. Building on a growing body of contemporary literature, we add depth to this emerging field and demonstrate through extensive examples the way social workers across the globe are responding to the challenge of environmental impacts on people and communities.
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