Understanding Sustainability

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Williamson, Mark. 1999. "Invasions." Ecography 22:5-12. [PDF]

Willis, Charles G., Brad R. Ruhfel, Richard B. Primack, Abraham J. Miller-Rushing, Jonathan B. Losos, and Charles C. Davis. 2010. "Favorable Climate Change Response Explains Non-Native Species' Success in Thoreau's Woods." PLoS ONE 5(1):e8878.

Willott, Elizabeth. 2004. "Restoring Nature, Without Mosquitoes?" Restoration Ecology 12(2):147-153. 

Wilson, Alex. 2008. "Making the Case for Green Building: Cataloging the Benefits of Environmentally Responsible Design and Construction." Pages 135-142 in W. Simpson (ed.), The Green Campus: Meeting the Challenge of Environmental Sustainability. APPA, Alexandria, Virginia

Wilson, Edward O. (ed.). 1988. Biodiversity. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. [related video]

Wilson, Edward O. 1984. Biophilia. Harvard University Press, Cambridge.

  • The loss of biodiversity is the environmental misdeed that “our descendants are least likely to forgive...” (p. 121)

  • "…as biological knowledge grows the ethic will shift fundamentally so that everywhere ... the fauna and flora of a country will be thought part of the national heritage as important as its art, [and] its language…" (p.145)

Wilson, Edward O. 1987. "The Little things that Run the World: The Importance and Conservation of Invertebrates." Conservation Biology 1(4):344-346. [PDF]

Wilson, Edward O. 1989. "The Value of Biodiversity." Scientific American September:108-116.

Wilson, Edward O. 1998. "Scientists, Scholars, Knaves and Fools." American Scientist 86(1):6-7. [Modified excerpt from E.O. Wilson (1998), Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge, Alfred A. Knopf, New York.]

Wilson, Edward O. 1998. Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge. Alfred Knopf, New York. [excertp] [review by C. Gillespie] [review by M. Werner]

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