Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References



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Roberts, David. 2010c. "Utilities Can Meet EPA Standards without Threatening Reliability." Grist 20 August.

Roberts, David. 2011a. "Dr. Grist’s Four-part Prescription for Managing Climate Change." Grist 2 May.

Roberts, David. 2011b. "Policy in an Age of Post-truth Politics." Grist 28 April.

Roberts, David. 2011c. "The Gobsmackingly Gargantuan Challenge of Shifting to Clean Energy." Grist 11 February.

Roberts, David. 2013. "Solar panels could destroy U.S. utilities, according to U.S. utilities." Grist  10 April.

Roberts, Kelli G., Brent A. Gloy, Stephen Joseph, Norman R. Scott, and Johannes Lehmann. 2010. "Life Cycle Assessment of Biochar Systems: Estimating the Energetic, Economic, and Climate Change Potential." Environmental Science and Technology 44(2):827-833. [news story]

Roberts, David. 2010. "This Is How You'll Get There. Cars, roads, and parking could be transformed completely. The technology is there, but is society ready?" The American Prospect 12 February.   (Review of Reinventing the Automobile: Personal Urban Mobility for the 21st Century, by William J. Mitchell, Christopher E. Borroni-Bird, and Lawrence D. Burns. 2010,  MIT Press, Cambridge, 2010.)

Robertson, G. Philip  and Scott M. Swinton. 2005. "Reconciling Agricultural Productivity and Environmental Integrity: A Grand Challenge for Agriculture." Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 3(1):38-46. [PDF]

Robertson, James. 2005 (1999). "The New Economics of Sustainable Development: A Briefing for Policy Makers." Report for the European Commission. [PDF]

Robertson, Morgan M. "The Neoliberalization of Ecosystem Services: Wetland Mitigation Banking and the Problem of Measurement." Pages 114-124 in Nik Heynen, James McCarthy, Scott Prudham, and Paul Robbins (eds.), Neoliberal Environments: False Promises and Unnatural Consequences. Routledge, New York. 

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