Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References

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Weil, Ray R. 1990. "Defining and Using the Concept of Sustainable Agriculture." Journal of Agronomy Education 19:126-130. [PDF]

Weiland, Peter. 2010. Biogas production: Current state and perspectives. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 85(4):849-860. [abstract]

Weinberg, A.M. 1985. "Science and Its Limits: The Regulator's Dilemma." Issues in Science and Technology 2:59-73.

Weinstein, Michael P., R. Eugene Turner, and Carles Ibáñez. 2013. "The Global Sustainability Transition: It Is more than Changing Light Bulbs." Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy 9(1):4-15.

Weis, Tony. 2009. The Global Food Economy: The Battle for the Future of Farming. Zed Books, London. [review]

Weiss, Harvey and Raymond S. Bradley. 2001. "What Drives Societal Collapse?" Science 291:609-610.

Weiss, Ray F., and Ronald G. Prinn. 2011. "Quantifying greenhouse-gas emissions from atmospheric measurements: a critical reality check for climate legislation." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 369(1943) 1925-1942.

Weissberg, Robert. 2007. "A Modest Proposal for Hiring College Administrators." Academic Questions June.

Weissman, Neil B. 2012. "Sustainability and Liberal Education: Partners by Nature." Liberal Education 98(4). 

Welch, H. Gilbert, 2015. Less Medicine, More Health: 7 Assumptions That Drive Too Much Medical Care. Beacon Press, Boston. [related podcast interview with Welch] [related lecture by author

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