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Eco-economy : building an economy for the earth / Lester R. Brown
Bib ID 2965243
Format BookBook
Author
Brown, Lester Russell, 1934-
 
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Edition 1st ed. 
Description New York : W.W. Norton, c2001 
xviii, 333 p. : ill. , 1 map ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0393321932
0393051099
Full contents
  • 1. The economy and the Earth
  • 2. Signs of stress : climate and water
  • 3. Signs of stress : the biological base
  • 4. The shape of the eco-economy
  • 5. Building the solar/hydrogen economy
  • 6. Designing a new materials economy
  • 7. Feeding everyone well
  • 8. Protecting forest products and services
  • 9. Redesigning cities for people
  • 10. Stabilizing population by reducing fertility
 
Notes

"Earth Policy Institute."

Includes bibliographical references (p. [277]-322) and index.

Subjects Environmental economics.  |  Environmental degradation.  |  Economic development - Environmental aspects.  |  Environmental protection - Economic aspects.
Other authors/contributors Earth Policy Institute

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