Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References



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USEPA. 2002. Community Culture and the Environment: A Guide to Understanding a Sense of Place. Report #842-B-01-003, United States Environmental Protection Aency, Washington, D.C. [PDF

USEPA. 2012. "Case Study Primer for Participant Discussion: Biodigesters and Biogas." Technology Market Summit, EPA, 14 May, Report #190S12005. United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. [PDF]

USEPA. 2012. Climate Change Indicators in the US. United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. [summary of key findings (PDF)]  [full report (PDF)

USFDA. 2010 (2012 update). "Update on Bisphenol A for use in Food Contact Applications." U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Washington, D.C. [news article]

USGS. Gas Hydrates Project. "The USGS Gas Hydrates Project focuses on the study of natural gas hydrates in deep water marine systems and permafrost areas." United Stetes Geological Survey. [research update]

Vörösmarty, Charles J., Pamela Green, Joseph Salisbury, and Richard B. Lammers. 2000. "Global water resources: vulnerability from climate change and population growth." Science 289(5477):284-288. 

Valderrama, Andrésand and Isaac Beltran. 2007. "Diesel Versus Compressed Natural Gas in Transmilenio-Bogotá: Innovation, Precaution, and Distribution of Risk." Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy 3(1):59-67. [PDF]

Valentin, Anke and Joachim H. Spangenberg. 2000. "A Guide to Community Sustainability Indicators." Environmental Impact Assessment Review 20:381-392. [PDF]

  • "It [the system] comprises environmental, economic, social, and institutional criteria with equal importance."

Valkila, Joni. 2009. "Fair Trade Organic Coffee Production in Nicaragua—Sustainable Development or a Poverty Trap?" Ecological Economics 68(12):3018-3025. [PDF]

Vallance, Suzanne, Harvey C. Perkins, and Jennifer E. Dixon. 2011. "What is social sustainability? A clarification of concepts." Geoforum 42(3):342-348. 

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