Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References



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White, Mark A. 2013. "Sustainability: I know it when I see it." Ecological Economics 86:213-217.

White, P.J. and P.H. Brown. 2010. "Plant Nutrition for Sustainable Development and Global Health." Annals of Botany 105(7):1073-1080.

White, S.S., S.E. Fenton, and E.P. Hines. 2011. "Endocrine disrupting properties of perfluorooctanoic acid." Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 127(1-2):16-26. 

Whiteford, Linda and Scott Whiteford (eds.). 2005. Globalization, Water, and Health: Resource Management in Times of Scarcity. SAR Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Whiteford, Scott and Alfonso Cortez-Lara. 2005. "Good to the Last Drop: The Political Ecology of Water and Health on the Border." Pages 231-254 in L. Whiteford and S. Whiteford (eds.), Globalization, Water and Health. SAR Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico. [abstract]

Whiteley, P. 1998. "Economic Growth and Social Capital." ECPR-News 9(3):16-18.

Whiteman, Gail, Chris Hope, and Peter Wadhams. 2013. "Climate science: Vast costs of Arctic change." Nature 499:401-403. [PDF] [news story] [analysis by Chris Mooney in Grist]

Whiteman, Gail. 2011. "Climate economics: Corporate greening falls short." Nature 473:149-150. (Review of Climate Capitalism: Capitalism in the Age of Climate Change by Hunter Lovins.)

Whiteside, Kerry H. 2006. Precautionary Politics: Principle and Practice in Confronting Environmental Risk. MIT Press, Cambridge.

Whitmarsh, Lorraine, Saffron O'Neillb, and Irene Lorenzoni. 2011. "Climate change or social change? Debate within, amongst and beyond disciplines." Environment & Planning A 43:258-261. [PDF]

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