Understanding Sustainability

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Ravenhill, John. 2005. Global Political Economy. Oxford University Press, Oxford

Rawat, J.S., Gibji Nimachow, Oyi Dai, Leki Norbu, and Tasso Loder. 2011. "Cancer of Illegal Trade Threatens the Anti-cancer Yews." Science and Culture 77(1–2):46–51. [PDF]  

Rawls, John. 1971. A Theory of Justice. Belknap, Cambridge. [outlined summary]  [summary]  [excerpt (PDF)]

Raworth, Kate. 2012. "Can we live inside the doughnut? Why the world needs planetary and social boundaries." Oxfam.org. 

Raworth, Kate. 2017. Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist. Chelsea Green, White River Junction, Vermont.

Read, Dwight. 2005. "Some observations on resilience and robustness in human systems." Cybernetics and Systems: An International Journal 36:773-802.

Reaney, Michael. 2011. "Peru’s Less-than-Benign Environmental Policy – Analysis." Eurasia Review 8 April.

Reason, Peter and Hilary Bradbury. 2001. "Inquiry and participation in search of a world worthy of human aspiration." Pages 1-14 in P. Reason and H. Bradbury (eds.), Handbook of Action Research: Participative Inquiry and Practice, Sage Publications, Los Angeles. [PDF]

  • "A primary purpose of action research is to produce-practical knowledge that is useful to people in the everyday conduct of their lives. A wider purpose of action research is to contribute through this practical knowledge to the increased well-being — economic, political, psychological, spiritual - of human persons and communities, and to a more equitable and sustainable relationship with the wider ecology of the planet of which we are an intrinsic part." (p. 2)

Rebelo, Anthony G. 1994. "Iterative selection procedures: centres of endemism and optimal placement of reserves." Pages 231-257 in B.J. Huntley  (ed.), Botanical Diversity in Southern Africa. National Botanical Institute, Pretoria.

Reddy, V. Ratna. 1995. "Environment and Sustainable Agricultural Development: Conflicts and Contradictions." Economic and Political Weekly 25 March. [abstract]

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