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Routledge Studies in Ecological Economics

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The Planet in 2050 The Lund Discourse of the Future

The Planet in 2050: The Lund Discourse of the Future

1st Edition

Edited By Jill Jäger, Sarah Cornell
July 23, 2012

In 2050, the billions of people living on Earth have found a way to manage the planetary system effectively. Everyone has access to adequate food, shelter, and clean water. Human health is no longer considered outside of the health of the ecosystems in which people live. Ecological awareness is an ...

Philosophical Basics of Ecology and Economy

Philosophical Basics of Ecology and Economy

1st Edition

By Malte Faber, Reiner Manstetten
June 28, 2012

In today's world – despite the dramatic anthropogenic environmental changes – a proper understanding of the relationship between humanity and nature requires a certain detachment. The pressing problems in their whole extent will only be fully understood and solved with comprehensive and patient ...

Environmental Social Accounting Matrices Theory and applications

Environmental Social Accounting Matrices: Theory and applications

1st Edition

By Pablo Martínez de Anguita, John E. Wagner
May 09, 2012

In this book Professors Pablo Martínez de Anguita and John E. Wagner put two disciplines together, regional and ecological economics, presenting a way to understand ecological economic concerns from a regional perspective, and providing a mathematical tool to measure their interrelationships. This ...

Carbon Responsibility and Embodied Emissions Theory and Measurement

Carbon Responsibility and Embodied Emissions: Theory and Measurement

1st Edition

By João F. D. Rodrigues, Tiago M. D. Domingos, Alexandra P.S. Marques
December 15, 2011

Climate change policy and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions are currently discussed at all scales, ranging from the Kyoto Protocol to the increasingly frequent advertisement of ''carbon neutrality'' in consumer products. However, the only policy option usually considered is the reduction of...

Frontiers of Environmental Input-Output Analysis

Frontiers of Environmental Input-Output Analysis

1st Edition

By Shigemi Kagawa
October 14, 2011

Input-Output Analysis (IOA) is widely used in the field of ecological economics, industrial ecology, and environmental sciences. Industrial Ecology (IE) and Ecological Economics (EE) are promising and growing fields. IOA plays a crucial role in analyzing the related environmental and resource ...

Sustainability Networks Cognitive Tools for Expert Collaboration in Social-Ecological Systems

Sustainability Networks: Cognitive Tools for Expert Collaboration in Social-Ecological Systems

1st Edition

By Janne Hukkinen
June 15, 2011

Sustainability is a word that means different things depending on who is using it, thus underlining the potential problems involved in experts from different fields teaming up to tackle sustainability problems. In this book, Janne Hukkinen argues for a reflexive approach to sustainability as a ...

Waste and Recycling Theory and Empirics

Waste and Recycling: Theory and Empirics

1st Edition

By Takayoshi Shinkuma, Shunsuke Managi
May 17, 2011

As "business as usual" has become the mantra of today's world, it's unlikely to see a decrease in hazardous waste generated from greater economic growth. Written by renowned experts, the book suggests a solution, supported by theoretical arguments to this waste problem. The book discusses how main ...

Resilience, Reciprocity and Ecological Economics Northwest Coast Sustainability

Resilience, Reciprocity and Ecological Economics: Northwest Coast Sustainability

1st Edition

By Ronald Trosper
March 11, 2011

How did one group of indigenous societies, on the Northwest Coast of North America, manage to live sustainably with their ecosystems for over two thousand years? Can the answer to this question inform the current debate about sustainability in today’s social ecological systems? The answer to the ...

Drivers of Environmental Change in Uplands

Drivers of Environmental Change in Uplands

1st Edition

By Aletta Bonn, Tim Allott, Klaus Hubacek, Jon Stewart
June 23, 2010

The uplands are a crucial source of ecosystem services, such as water provision, carbon retention, maintenance of biodiversity, provision of recreation value and cultural heritage. This puts them in the focus of both environmental and social scientists as well as practitioners and land managers.. ...

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