Understanding Sustainability

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Redlin, Meredith, Gary Aguiar, George Langelett, and Gerald Warmann. 2010. "Why Are You Still Out There? Persistence among Deep Rural Communities in the Northern Plains." The Online Journal of Rural Research and Policy 5(5):1-22. [abstract with link to PDF]

Reed, Richard K. 1995. Prophets of Agroforestry: Guaraní Communities and Commercial Gathering. University of Texas Press, Austin. [review (PDF)]

Rees, William E. 1989. "Defining sustainable development." CHS Research Bulletin, University of British Colombia, Vancouver. 

Rees, William E. 2002. "Globalization and Sustainability: Conflict or Convergence?" Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society 22(4):249-268. [abstract]

Rees, William E. 2004. "The Eco-Footprint of Agriculture: A Far-from-(Thermodynamic)-Equilibrium Interpretation." Pages 87-111 in Allan Eaglesham, Alan Wildeman, and Ralph W.F. Hardy (eds.), Papers from NABC's 16th Annual Meeting, University of Guelph, June 13-15, Report #16. National Agricultural Biotechnology Council, Ithaca. [PDF]

Rees, William E. 2010. "The Human Nature of Unsustainability." Post Carbon Institute, Santa Rosa, California. [PDF]

Rees, William E. 2010. "Thinking 'Resilience'." Chapter 3 in Richard Heinberg and Daniel Lerch (eds.), The Post Carbon Reader: Managing the 21st Century's Sustainability Crisis. Watershed Media, Healdsburg, California. [PDF]

Rees, William E. 2010b. "What’s Blocking Sustainability? Human Nature, Cognition, and Denial." Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy 6(2):13-25. 

Rees, William E. 2012. "The Way Forward: Survival 2100." Solutions 3(3). [related article] [related video]

Rees, William E. 2012. "Cities as Dissipative Structures: Global Change and the Increasing Vulnerability of Urban Civilization." Pages 244-268 in M. Weinstein and R. Turner (eds.), Sustainability Science: The Emerging Paradigm and the Urban Environment. Springer, New York. [related presentation (PDF)]

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