Understanding Sustainability

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Worster, Donald. 1989. "The Ecology of Order and Chaos." Environmental History Review
14(1/2):1-18.  

Worster, Donald. 1992. Rivers of Empire: Water, Aridity, and the Growth of the American West. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Worster, Donald. 1993. "The Shaky Ground of Sustainability." Pages 132-145 in Wolfgang Sachs (ed.), Global Ecology: A New Arena of Political Conflict. Zed Books, London. [PDF]

Worster, Donald. 1994. Nature's Economy: A History of Ecological Ideas, 2nd Edition. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Woynillowicz, Dan, Chris Severson-Baker, and Marlo Raynolds. 2005. The Environmental Implications of Canada’s Oil Sands Rush. Pembina Institute, Drayton Valley, Alberta. [PDF]

WRI. 1997. The Last Frontier Forests: Ecosystems and Economies on the Edge. World Resources Institute (WRI), Washington, D.C.

Wright, Angus. 1990. The Death of Ramón González: The Modern Agricultural Dilemma. University of Texas Press, Austin.

Wright, John G. 1935. "Thorstein Veblen, Sociologist." New International 2(1):20-23.

Wright, Lawrence, Simon Kemp, and Ian Williams. 2011. "'Carbon footprinting': towards a universally accepted definition." Carbon Management 2(1):61-72. [abstract] [related presentation by authors (PDF)]

Wright, Matthew, Patrick Hearps, Mark Ogge, Derek Bolton, Pablo Brait, James Bramwell, Rob Campbell, Kevin Casey, Chris Clement, Vernon Crock, Richard Denby, Andy Dinning, Rebecca Dunn, Dominic Eales, Tim Forcey, Trent Hawkins, Nina Muhleisen, Kevin Yeh, Adrian Young, Reuben Finighan, Paul Fleckney, Naomi Francis, Chloe Hanson-Boyd, Rob Harrington, Patrick Hearps, James Hutchison, Richard Keech, Jim Lambert, Eytan Lenko, Dylan McConnell, Ben Robotham, and Matthew Sullivan. 2010. Zero Carbon Australia: Stationary Energy Plan. Melbourne Energy Institute, University of Melbourne, Melbourne. [PDF]  [see also Zero Carbon Britain]

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