Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References

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Ackerman, Frank and Alejandro Nadal. 2004. The Flawed Foundations of General Equilibrium: Critical Essays on Economic Theory. Routledge, London. [PDF]

Adger, W. Neil, Suraje Dessai, Marisa Goulden, Mike Hulme, Irene Lorenzoni, Donald R. Nelson, Lars Otto Naess, Johanna Wolf, and Anita Wreford. 2009. "Are there Social Limits to Adaptation to Climate Change?" Climatic Change 93(3-4):335-354. [PDF] [related video]

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

Alcott, Blake. 2005. "Jevons’ Paradox." Ecological Economics 54:9-21. [PDF]

Anderson, Mark W. 2012. "Economics, Steady State." Pages 78-85 in Ray C. Anderson (ed.), Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability: The Future of Sustainability. Berkshire Publishing, Great Barrington, Massachusetts. [PDF]

Barbier, Edward B. and Anil Markandya. 2013. A New Blueprint for a Green Economy. Routledge, New York.

Bartlett, Albert A. 2012. "The Meaning of Sustainability." Teachers Clearinghouse for Science Education Newsletter 31:1-14. [PDF] [related article (PDF)] [related video lecture by A. Bratlet on the exponential function]

Confino, Jo. 2013. "CEO survey is gloomy reading for the corporate sustainability movement. The world's largest CEO sustainability study shows most companies are not integrating social, environmental and governance issues into their core strategies." The Guardian 20 September.

Daly, Herman E. 2013. "Top 10 Policies for a Steady-State Economy." The Daly News 28 October.

Dietz, Rob and Dan O’Neill. 2013. Enough Is Enough: Building a Sustainable Economy in a World of Finite Resources. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, San Francisco. [excerpt] [related video] [related video]

Edwards, Geoff. 2011. "Sustainable Growth: The pathway to prosperity … or an oxymoron?" Paper presented at the 4th Healthy Cities: Making Cities Liveable Conference, Noosa, Queensland, 27-29 July 2011. [PDF]

Giroux, Henry A. 2012. Education and the crisis of public values. New York, NY: Peter Lang. [abstract] [related video]

Hagens, Nathan J. 2013. "Twenty (Important ) Concepts I Wasn't Taught in Business School - Part I." The Oil Drum 13 September.

Huesemann, M.H. 2003. "The limits of Technological Solutions to Sustainable Development." Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 5:21-34. [PDF]

Ikerd, John. 2013. "The Three Ecological Principles of Economic Sustainability." Mother Pelican: A Journal of Solidarity and Sustainability 9(3).

Jackson, Tim. "Societal transformations for a sustainable economy." Natural Resources Forum. Vol. 35. No. 3. Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2011. [PDF] [related article (PDF)] [related video

Lovejoy, Derek. 1996. "Are there Limits to Growth? The Need for a Transition to a Solar-based  Economy." Natural Resource Forum 20(1):73-77. [PDF]

Oreskes, Naomi and Erik M. Conway. 2013. "The Collapse of Western Civilization: A View from the Future." Dædalus, the Journal of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences 142(1):41-58. [PDF]

Turner, Graham. 2008. "A Comparison of the Limits to Growth with Thirty Years of Reality." Global Environmental Change 18:397-411. [PDF]

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