Understanding Sustainability

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Tabazadeh, A., K. Drdla, M.R. Schoeberl, P. Hamill, and O.B. Toon. 2002. "Arctic 'Ozone Hole' in a Cold Volcanic Stratosphere." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99(5):2609-2612.

Tabi, Andrea. 2013. "Does pro-environmental behaviour affect carbon emissions?" Energy Policy 63:972-981.

  • "Results of the data analysis show that no significant difference is found between the impacts of environmentally aware and environmentally unaware consumers, i.e. both 'Brown' and 'Supergreen' consumers consume approximately the same amount of energy and produce approximately the same amount of carbon emissions because the motivation-driven activities of 'Supergreens' are offset by structural factors." (p. 972)

Tabor, Nick. 2018. "Why Philanthropy Is Bad for Democracy. Anand Giridharadas, author of Winners Take All, on how well-meaning liberals paved the way for Trump" (interview). New York Magazine 26 August.

  • Giridharadas: "Tending to the public welfare is not an efficiency problem. The work of governing a society is tending to everybody. It’s figuring out universal rules and norms and programs that express the value of the whole and take care of the common welfare. That is an inherently, and rightfully, and beautifully inefficient process. Corporations get more 'juice from the squeeze' because corporations don’t solve very complicated problems. God bless ’em, but making Pepsi or manufacturing a car seat is an easy problem. Governing 350 million people is an extraordinary thing that we have discredited in this age of markets. The right has discredited it head-on, explicitly, intentionally, but the left has passively assented to its discrediting."
  • My note: "passively" as Giridharadas says, but I say in others words that liberals have been unwittingly complicit is supporting the neoliberal assault on democratic processes through the coopting of our culture of democracy by market fundamentalists.

Tainter, Joseph A. 1988b. "Global Change, History, and Sustainability." Pages 331-356 in Roderick J. McIntosh, Joseph A. Tainter, and Susan K. McIntosh (eds.), The Way the Wind Blows: Climate, History, and Human Action. Columbia University Press, New York.

Tainter, Joseph A. 2000. "Problem Solving: Complexity, History, Sustainability." Population and Environment 22:3-41. [abstract]  [PDF]

Tainter, Joseph A. 2003. "The Development of Social Complexity: Models of Collapse, Resiliency, and Sustainability." Presented at "The Stockholm Seminars: Frontiers in Sustainability Science and Policy," The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, 24 September 2003. [PDF]

Tainter, Joseph A. 2006. "Social Complexity and Sustainability." Ecological Complexity 3(2):91-103. [PDF] [abstract

Talberth, John, Clifford Cobb, and Noah Slattery. 2007. "The Genuine Progress Indicator 2006: A Tool for Sustainable Development." Redefining Progress, Oakland. [PDF] [organization homepage]

Talberth, John, Frank Gallivan, Connie Galambos, and Karen Wolowicz. 2005. "Setting the Standard in Coyote Valley: A Scenarios for Sustainability (S2) Analysis of Preliminary Development Options." Redefining Progress, Oakland. [PDF]

Talen, Emily. 2000. "The Problem with 'Community' in Planning." Journal of Planning Literature 15(2):171-183. [abstract]

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