Understanding Sustainability

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Thoreau, Henry David. 1864. The Maine Woods. Ticknor & Fields, Boston.

Thorsby, David. 1999. "Cultural Capital." Journal of Cultural Economics 23:3-12. [PDF]

Thurm, Ralph. 2013. "Closing the context gap: sustainability reporting is failing us Sustainability reporting has only shown which companies are ‘less bad’ when what we really need is a minimum standard." Guardian Professional 9 April.

Tianhong, L., L. Wenkai, and Q. Zhenghan. 2010. "Variations in ecosystem service value in response to land use changes in Shenzhen." Ecological Economics 69:1427-1435.

Tibbs, Hardin. 2011. "Changing Cultural Values and the Transition to Sustainability." Journal of Futures Studies (15.3): 13-32. [PDF]

Tickner, Joel, Carolyn Raffensperger, and Nancy Myers. n.d. The Precautionary Principle in Action: A Handbook. [PDF]

Tickner, Joel. 1997. "Precautionary Principle." The Networker 2(4).

Tillman, David, Jason Hill, and Clarence Lehman. 2006. "Carbon-negative Biofuels from Low-input High-diversity Grassland Biomass." Science 314:1598-1600. [PDF

Tilman, David and Clarence L. Lehman. 2001. "Human-caused Environmental Change: Impacts on Plant Diversity and Evolution." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98(10):5433-5440.

Tilman, David, Christian Balzer, Jason Hill, and Belinda L. Befort. 2011. "Global food demand and the sustainable intensification of agriculture." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108(50):20260-20264. [story in ScienceDaily]

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