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Gower Green Economics and Sustainable Growth Series: Gower Green Economics and Sustainable Growth Series


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Series Editor: Miriam Kennet, Mansfield College, Oxford, Co-founder and Director of the Green Economics Institute and Editor of the International Journal of Green Economics. The Gower Green Economics and Sustainable Growth Series The series provides business decision makers, policy makers and academics with realistic and dispassionate guides to the implications of green economics. Embracing the four pillars of green economics: Policy; Academia; Business; and Civil Society, the series presents cutting edge applied research and draws on the experience of businesses around the world. Here is a credible, detailed and commercially realistic agenda to engage leading businesses, regulators and policy makers, facing uncertainty and transformation in environmental, social and financial systems bearing on the future competitiveness and even the survival of business operations.

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The Economics of Abundance A Political Economy of Freedom, Equity, and Sustainability

The Economics of Abundance: A Political Economy of Freedom, Equity, and Sustainability

1st Edition

By Wolfgang Hoeschele
August 23, 2018

No matter how many resources we consume we never seem to have enough. The Economics of Abundance is a balanced book in which Wolfgang Hoeschele challenges why this is so. He claims that our current capitalist economy can exist only on the basis of manufactured scarcity created by '...

Developing a Plan for the Planet A Business Plan for Sustainable Living

Developing a Plan for the Planet: A Business Plan for Sustainable Living

1st Edition

By Ian Chambers, John Humble
February 09, 2011

The world struggles with increasing threats to global sustainability, caused by population growth, overuse of fresh water resources, depletion of biodiversity, and reliance on non-renewable energy sources. There is an urgent need for an overall plan to address these challenges in a coordinated and ...

Plan for the Planet A Business Plan for a Sustainable World

Plan for the Planet: A Business Plan for a Sustainable World

1st Edition

By Ian Chambers, John Humble
May 09, 2012

The world struggles with increasing threats to global sustainability, caused by population growth, overuse of fresh water resources, depletion of biodiversity, and reliance on non-renewable energy sources. There is an urgent need for an overall plan to address these challenges in a coordinated and ...

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