Understanding Sustainability

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Taylor, Julia A., Frederick S. vom Saal, Wade V. Welshons, Bertram Drury, George Rottinghaus, Patricia A. Hunt, and Catherine A. VandeVoort. 2010. "Similarity of Bisphenol A Pharmacokinetics in Rhesus Monkeys and Mice: Relevance for Human Exposure." Environmental Health Perspectives 20 September.[PDF]   [news article]

Taylor, K.E. and J.E. Penner. 1994. "Response of the climate system to atmospheric aerosols and greenhouse gases." Nature 369:734-737.  [PDF

Taylor, Robert W. 2012. Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Sustainability. McGraw-Hill, New York, 2012. 

Tedesco, M., X. Fettweis, T. Mote, J. Wahr, P. Alexander, J. Box, and B. Wouters. 2012. "Evidence and Analysis of 2012 Greenland Records from Spaceborne Observations, a Regional Climate Model and Reanalysis Data." The Cryosphere Discussions 6:4939-4976. [PDF] [related website monitoring Greenland's ice pack]

Tegel, Simeon. 2013. "Brazil's hydro dams could make its greenhouse gas emissions soar. Already a top emitter, Brazil could spew hundreds of millions more tons of gases blamed for climate change, such as CO2 and methane, as it floods Amazon forest for hydro power, researchers say." GlobalPost 1 July.

Temple, James. 2017. "Why Bad Things Happen to Clean-Energy Startups. New technologies for storing power from wind and solar farms will be key to a clean-energy future. But Aquion Energy’s recent bankruptcy shows the market challenge of making that happen." MIT Technology Review 19 June.

  • "The fear, however, is that market mechanisms alone aren’t working fast enough given the pace at which the world needs to cut emissions to avoid the greatest threats of climate change. One tool that could accelerate the shift is smart public policy. Carbon taxes, or cap-and-trade programs like the ones in place in California, New York, and other states, raise the cost of using fossil-fuel plants and increase the incentives to add more renewables and storage to the grid. There are more direct ways the government can support the sector as well, such as California’s requirement that state utilities add more than 1.3 gigawatts of storage to the grid by the end of this decade, or federal grant and loan programs for promising startups."
  • "But ultimately, nascent storage technologies are fighting forces embedded deep in the core of capitalism. Markets consolidate around dominant technologies and companies. It often takes a radical advance to shake up the old order, and in the energy sector those don’t come along often."

Templet, Paul H. 1995. "Grazing the Commons: An Empirical Analysis of Externalities, Subsidies and Sustainability." Ecological Economics 12(2):141-159. [abstract]

Tencati, Antonio, and Laszlo Zsolnai. 2012. "Collaborative enterprise and sustainability: The case of slow food." Journal of business Ethics 110(3):345-354. [PDF

Tengberg, Anna, Susanne Fredholm, Ingegard Eliasson, Igor Knez, Katarina Saltzman, and  Ola Wetterberg. 2012. "Cultural ecosystem services provided by landscapes: Assessment of heritage values and identity." Ecosystem Services 2:14-26. 

Teoh, Siew Hong, Ivo Welch, and C. Paul Wazzan. 1999. "The Effect of Socially Activist Investment Policies on the Financial Markets: Evidence from the South African Boycott." Journal of Business 72(1):35-89. [PDF

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