Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References



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Wigley, Tom M.L. 2011. "Coal to Gas: The Influence of Methane Leakage." Climate Change 108(3):601-608. [News report]

Wigley, Tom M.L., R. Richels, and J.A. Edmonds. 1996. "Economic and Environmental Choices in the Stabilization of Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations." Nature 379:242-245. [PDF]

Wijayaratna, C. 2000. "Demonstrated Benefits from Social Capital: The Productivity of Farmer Organizations in Gal Oya, Sri Lanka." World Development 28(11):1875-1890. [abstract]

Wijkman, Anders and Johan Rockström. 2012. Bankrupting Nature: Denying Our Planetary Boundaries. Routledge, London. [video presentation] [review in The Trumpeter by Helen Kopnina]

Wilbanks, Thomas J. 1994. "Sustainable Development in Geographic Perspective" (Presidential Address). Annals of the Association of American Geographers 84(4):541-556. [PDF

Wilber, Tom. 2012. Under the Surface: Fracking, Fortunes, and the Fate of the Marcellus Shale. Cornell University Press, Ithaca. [Wilber's blog with videos] [podcast interview]

Wilcove, David S. 1999. The Condor’s Shadow: The Loss and Recovery of Wildlife in America. Anchor Books, New York. [review by Bill McKibben in The New York Times

Wilcove, David S., David Rothstein, Jason Dubow, Ali Phillips, and Elizabeth Losos. 1998. "Quantifying Threats to Imperiled Species in the United States." BioScience 48(8):607-­616. [PDF]

Wilderer, Peter A., Edward D. Schroeder, and Horst Kopp (eds). 2005. Global Sustainability: The Impact of Local Cultures, A New Perspective for Science and Engineering, Economics and Politics. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

Wilding, Bobbi Chase, Elizabeth Crowe, Mia Davis, Stephenie Hendricks, Judith Robinson, and Mike Schade. 2010. No Silver Lining: An Investigation into Bisphenol A in Canned Foods. The National Workgroup for Safe Markets.  [PDF]  [news summary]

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