The Principles of Sustainability
Earthscan, 2008 - 205 pagine
At a time of increasingly rapid environmental deterioration and climate change, sustainability is one of the most important issues facing the world. Can we create a sustainable society? What would that mean? How should we set about doing it? How can we bring about such a profound change in the way things are organized? This text tackles these questions directly. It covers: historical development of the concept of sustainability; contemporary debates about how to achieve it; and obstacles and the prospects for overcoming them. This new fully revised edition covers the latest on the climate change front, particularly the advances in scientific understanding and political awareness of climate change. Other updates include more recent economic analyses, particularly the Stern Report, and an examination of the global shift away from faith in markets and towards statism over then past five years.
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Progress and its Discontents
From Muir to Meadows
From Rio to Kyoto and Later Disappointments
What Does Sustainable Development Mean?
Taking Sustainability into Economics
Agenda 21 approach argued argument assumptions Brundtland Commission Brundtland report calculations carbon dioxide emissions cent century claimed climate change concept of sustainable concern conservation consumption Convention cooperatives cost–benefit analysis costs critical Daly Dasgupta David Pearce democratic developing countries Earthscan ecological economic growth economists emissions trading energy environment environmental space environmentalists equity ethical European Union forests Fukuyama future Giddens global warming Green Herman Daly human development ibid idea income increase industrialized countries IPCC issue Kyoto Protocol labour liberal democracy Limits to Growth live London Malthus Marx moral natural capital natural resources negotiations Norgaard Oxford people’s political pollution population positive liberty principle problem production progress Rawls Rawls’s reduce risk social socialist society South Southern countries strong sustainability substitute sustainable development targets theory UNCED unsustainable utilitarianism weak sustainability welfare Western Wissenburg
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Agricultural Sustainability: Strategies for Assessment
Gary W vanLoon,S G Patil,L B Hugar
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