Sustainability links peoples' livelihoods and life chances to the concept of sustainability by examining the way in which social and economic processes complement and compound environmental change. Looking at the main ingredients of sustainable development - health, economic policy, land use, ethics and education, the book demonstrates the way in which the life chances of individuals both effect and are affected by, their environments.
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General introduction 1
The theory of population
a conceptual framework
The land ethic
The strategy of ecosystem development
elements for a poststructural
The tragedy of the commons
Production consumption and externalities
Environment population and technology in primitive socities
Living resource conservation
Coevolutionary agricultural development
sustainable and equitable
Principles for sustainable living
What are forests for?
The trouble with wilderness or getting back
Indicators of sustainability
The role of economics
The concept of a steadystate economy
Exploring uncommon ground
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