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The transition : to a sustainable and just world / Ted Trainer
Bib ID 4929803
Format BookBook
Author
Trainer, Ted
 
Description Canterbury, N.S.W. : Envirobook, c2010 
vi, 330 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9780858812383
Summary

The author argues that the magnitude of the global problems our society is running into is not well understood. We are far beyond sustainable levels of production and consumption and the defining condition of the coming era will be intense scarcity.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Sustainable development.  |  Sustainability.  |  Climate and civilization.  |  Australian
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The transition to a sustainable and just world

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