Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References



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Wood, Charles H. and Marianne Schmink. 1993. "The Military and the Environment in the Brazilian Amazon." Journal of Political and Military Sociology 21(1):81-105.

Wood, Ellen Meiksins. 2002. The Origin of Capitalism: A Longer View. Verso Books, New York. [PDF]

Wood, Graeme. 2009. "Re-engineering the Earth." Atlantic July/August.

Woodhouse, Connie A., David M. Meko, Glen M. Macdonald, Dave W. Stahle, and Edward R. Cook. 2010. "Climate Change and Water in Southwestern North America Special Feature: A 1,200-year Perspective of 21st Century Drought in Southwestern North America." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107(50):21283-21288.  [news story]

Woodhouse, Mark. 1996. Paradigm Wars: Worldviews for a New Age. Frog Limited, Berkeley.

Woodroffe, Rosie, Simon Thirgood, and Alan Rabinowitz (eds.). 2005. People and Wildlife, Conflict or Co-existence? Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. 

Woodruff, David S. 2001. "Declines of Biomes and Biotas and the Future of Evolution." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences98(10):5471-5476.

Woods, Jeremy, A. Williams, J.K. Hughs, Mairi Black, and Richard Murphy. 2010. “Energy and the Food System.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 365:2991-3006.

Woods, Michael and Mary B. Woods. 2000. Ancient Agriculture: From Foraging to Farming. Runestone Press, Minneapolis.

Woods, Ngaire, Jagdish Bhagwati, and Saugato Datta. 2010. "Fair trade. This house believes that making trade fairer is more important than making it freer." The Economist 4 May.

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