Sustainability indicators: measuring the immeasurable?
"Sustainability Indicators " addresses the crucial issue of sustainability: how can it be measured. In contrast to the current trends in developing sustainability indicators, the authors discuss the advantages of taking a holistic and more qualitative approach.
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Sustainability Indicators in Practice
Indicators Cities Institutions and Projects
Paradigms and Professionals
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