Understanding Sustainability

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Smith, Adam. 1904 (1776). An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. Methuen & Co., Ltd., London. [Original 1776 version of Volume 2 from Google Books (downloadable PDF available)] [complete 2007 reprint by ΜεταLibri (PDF)]

  • "I have never known much good done by those who affected to trade for the public good." (Vol 2, p. 35)

  • "The subjects of every state ought to contribute towards the support of the government in proportion to the revenue which they respectively enjoy under the protection of the state. The expense of government to the individuals of a great nation, is like the expense of management to the joint tenants of a great estate, who are all obliged to contribute in proportion to their respective interests in the estate." (Vol 2, p. 423)

Smith, Alison Dalton. 2010. "Too Much of a Good Thing: The Relationship between Money and Happiness in a Post-Industrial Society." The Sustainability Review 7 March.

Smith, David C. 1972. A History of Lumbering in Maine, 1861-1960. University of Maine Studies #93 University of Maine Press, Orono.

Smith, Joel B., Stephen H. Schneider, Michael Oppenheimer, Gary W. Yohe, William Hare, Michael D. Mastrandrea, Anand Patwardhan, Ian Burton, Jan Corfee-Morlot, Chris H. D. Magadza, Hans-Martin Füssel, A. Barrie Pittock, Atiq Rahman, Avelino Suarez, and Jean-Pascal van Ypersele. 2009. "Assessing Dangerous Climate Change through an Update of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 'Reasons for Concern'." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106(11):4133-4137.

Smith, Julie W. and Craig W. Benkman. 2007. "A Coevolutionary Arms Race Causes Ecological Speciation in Crossbills." American Naturalist 169:455-465. [PDF]  [related article by authors & others in The Condor]  [news story in Science Daily]

Smith, Nigel J.H., J.T. Williams, Donald L. Plucknett, and Jennifer P. Talbot. 1992. Tropical Forests and Their Crops. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York.

Smith, P. 2004. "Soils as Carbon Sinks – The Global Context." Soil Use and Management 20:212-218.  [abstract]

Smith, Philip B. and Manfred Max-Neef. 2011.  Economics Unmasked: From Power and Greed to Compassion and the Common Good. Green Books, Devon, U.K. [Chapter 9, "The World on a Collision Course and the Need for a New Economy"] [related paper by Max-Neef (PDF)] [related paper by Max-Neef and others in Cuadernos de Lanki (PDF)

Smith, Tara C., M.J. Male, A.L. Harper, J.S. Kroeger, G.P. Tinkler, E.D. Moritz, A.W. Capuano, L.A. Herwaldt,and D.J. Diekema. 2009. "Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Strain ST398 Is Present in Midwestern U.S. Swine and Swine Workers." PLoS One 4(1):e4258. [news story in Grist]

Smolin, David M. 2006. "Child Laundering: How the Intercountry Adoption System Legitimizes and Incentivizes the Practices of Buying, Trafficking, Kidnapping, and Stealing Children." Wayne Law Review 52:113-200. [PDF]

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