Dimensions of Sustainable Development

Edited by : Reinmar Seidler,

Environmental Biology Department, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA

Kamaljit S. Bawa,

Department of Biology, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA

1. Basic Principles of Sustainable Development

Jonathan M. Harris, Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts University, USA

2. Sustainable Development Indicators for Decision Making: Concepts, Methods, Definition and Use

Manuel Winograd, CIATIUNEP Project on Environmental and Sustainability Indicators, International Center for

Tropical Agriculture(CIAT), Colombia

Andrew Farrow, International Center for Tropical Agriculture(CIAT), Colombia

3. Human Capital for Sustainable Economic Development

G. Edward Schuh, Minnesota University, USA

4. Social Capital Research: A Contested State-of-the Art

George Gray-Molina, Nuffield College, UK

5. Institutional and Human Resources for Sustainability

Stephen Dovers, Center for Resource and Environmental Studies, Australian National University, Australia

6. Social and Cultural Information Supporting Sustainability and Sustainable Institutional Structures

P. G. Vijaya Sherry Chand, Indian Institute of Management, India

7.Sustainable Cities: A Minimum Agenda

Ben Wisner, California State University, Long Beach, USA

8. Trade and Sustainable Development

Nevin Shaw, Expert Growth Pathfinders, Canada

9. International Competitiveness and Sustainable Development

Sylvie Faucheux, C3ED, Universite de Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France

10. Sustainable Development: Legal Issues and Incentives

J. H. Archer, Graduate Department of Environmental, Coastal, and Ocean Sciences, University of Massachusetts,

Boston, and the Center for Law and Ecology, USA

M. P. Eppling, Graduate Department of Environmental, Coastal, and Ocean Sciences, University of Massachusetts,

Boston, and the Center for Law and Ecology, USA

C. A. Biegel, Graduate Department of Environmental, Coastal, and Ocean Sciences, University of Massachusetts,

Boston, and the Center for Law and Ecology, USA

11. The Future of Sustainable Development

Paul Ekins, School of Politics, International Relations and the Environment, Department of Environmental Social

Sciences, Keele University, UK

12. Biophysical Constraints to Economic Growth

Cutler J. Cleveland, Department of Geography and Center for Energy and Environmental Studies, Boston University, USA

13. The Limits of Capital Substitution: ‘Strong’ vs ‘Weak’ Sustainability

Reinmar Seidler, Environmental Biology Department, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA

14. Adaptive Management: Strategies for Coping with Change and Uncertainty

J. Brian Nyberg, Wildlife Policy and Adaptive Management, British Columbia Forest Service, Canada

15. Management of Technological Resources for Sustainable Development

Yukiko Fukasaku, Science and Technology Policy Division, Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry, OECD, France

16. The Precautionary Principal in Sustainable Environmental Management

Joel Tickner, Lowell Center for Sustainable Develpoment, Department of Work Environment, The University of

Massachusetts Lowell, USA

17. Cultivated Capital: Agriculture, Food Systems and Sustainable Development

Patrick Webb, Food Policy and Applied Nutrition Programme, School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts

University, USA

18. Global Warming, Climate Change and Sustainability

William R. Moomaw, International Environment and Resource Policy Program, The Fletcher School of Law and

Diplomacy, Tufts University, USA


 

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