Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References

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Agrawal, Arun and Clark C. Gibson (eds.). 2001. Communities and the Environment: Ethnicity, Gender, and the State in Community-based Conservation. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick.

Agrawal, Arun and Elinor Ostrom. 2006. "Political Science and Conservation Biology: A Dialog of the Deaf." Conservation Biology 20(3):681-682. [PDF]

Agrawal, Arun and Jesse Ribot. 1999. "Accountability in Decentralization: A Framework with South Asian and African Cases." Journal of Developing Areas 33(4):473-502. [PDF]

Agrawal, Arun. 1995. "Indigenous and Scientific Knowledge: Some Critical Comments." Indigenous Knowledge and Development Monitor 3(3):3-5. [PDF]

Agrawal, Arun. 2001. "Common Property Institutions and Sustainable Governance of Resources." World Development 29:1649-1672. [abstract]

Agyeman, Julian, Robert Bullard, and Bob Evans. 2003. Just Sustainabilities: Development in an Unequal World. London, Earthscan. [synopsis]

Ahamed, Liaquat. 2009. Lords of Finance: The Bankers Who Broke the World. Penguin Press, New York.

Ahern, Jack and Jestena Boughton. 1994. "Wildflower Meadows as Sustainable Landscapes." Pages 172-187 in R. Platt, R. Rowntree, and P. Muick (eds.), The Ecological City: Preserving and Restoring Urban Biodiversity. University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst.

  • "The landscape industry thrives on an instant landscape mentality that accelerates ecological growth and development with heavy subsidies of labor and chemicals and with monocultures of genetically altered plants. Paradoxically, the landscape industry has become a major obstacle to the acceptance of a new landscape aesthetic founded explicitly on sustainable native species and natural processes." (p. 173)

Ahmad, Aqeel, Anuradha Ghosh, Coby Schal, and Ludek Zurek. 2011. "Insects in Confined Swine Operations Carry a Large Antibiotic Resistant and Potentially Virulent Enterococcal Community." BMC Microbiology 11:23. [news story in Grist]

Ahmad, N. and A.A. Wyckoff. 2003. Carbon Dioxide Emissions Embodied in International Trade of Goods. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris.

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