Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References

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Wallerstein, Immanuel. 1974. The Modern World System I: Capitalist Agriculture and the Origins of the European World Economy in the Sixteenth Century. Academic Press, New York.

Wallerstein, Immanuel. 2004. "After Developmentalism and Globalization, What?" Keynote address at the Development Challenges for the 21st Century Conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, 1 October. [PDF]

Walliser, Otto H. (ed.). 1995. Global Events and Event Stratigraphy in the Phanerozoic. Springer-Verlag, New York.

Wallner, H.P., M. Narodoslawsky, and F. Moser. 1996. "Islands of Sustainability: A Bottom-up Approach towards Sustainable Development." Environment and Planning A 28(10):1763-1778. [abstract] [PDF] [related story]

Wals, Arjen E.J. and Bob Jickling. 2002. “Sustainability in higher education: From doublethink and newspeak to critical thinking and meaningful learning." International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 3(3):221-232. [PDF] [related article (PDF)]

Walsh, Bryan. 2008. "How to Win the War on Global Warming." Time Magazine 16 April.

Walsh, Bryan. 2010. "The Perils of Plastic." Time Thursday 1 April. [from the series "Environmental Toxins" in Time]

Walsh, Bryan. 2011. "Could Shale Gas Power the World?" Time 31 March.

Walsh, Bryan. 2013. "The Plight of the Honeybee. Mass deaths in bee colonies may mean disaster for farmers--and your favorite foods." Time 19 August.  

Walsh, John. 1981. "Germplasm resources are losing ground. Despite international efforts to preserve genetic variety, massive land clearing threatens many species with extinction." Science 214(4519):421-423. 

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