Energy and the Ecological Economics of Sustainability

John Peet

Energy and the Ecological Economics of Sustainability examines the roots of the present environmental crisis in the neoclassical economics upon which modern industrial society is based. The author explains that only when we view ourselves...

327 pages
6 x 9

Business and the Environment
A Resource Guide

Edited by Lawrence Molinaro and Allison A. Pennell

Business and the Environment includes more than 1,000 references to material from scholarly journals, government agencies, case clearing-houses, research organizations, trade magazines, and the popular press, offering a comprehensive...

382 pages
8.5 x 11

Environmental Investments
The Cost Of A Clean Environment

Environmental Protection Agency

Environmental Investments is a report of the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. An invaluable reference for businesses designing compliance plans, it tells industry what to expect in the way of direct, out-of-pocket...

550 pages
8.5 x 11

Steady-State Economics
Second Edition With New Essays

First published in 1977, this volume caused a sensation because of Daly's radical view that "enough is best." Today, his ideas are recognized as the key to sustainable development, and Steady-State Economics is universally acknowledged as...

318 pages
6 x 9

Environmental Disputes
Community Involvement In Conflict Resolution

Environmental Disputes helps citizen groups, businesses, and governments understand how Environmental Dispute Settlement--a set of procedures for settling disputes over environmental policies without litigation--can work for them.

295 pages
6 x 9

Rivers at Risk
Concerned Citizen's Guide To Hydropower

Rivers at Risk is an invaluable handbook that offers a practical understanding of how to influence government decisions about hydropower development on America's rivers.

229 pages
6 x 9

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