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Environmental Change: Industry, Power and Policy

Out of Print

Series: The Organisation of Industrial Space Series

Edited By: M Taylor

188 pages, Figs, tabs


Hardback | Aug 1995 | #45593 | ISBN: 1859721613
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This book draws together a very different range of approaches to understanding environment/economy relationships (ecological economics, structuralist, business enterprise, networks and industrial metabolism).


Part I Theoretical perspectives on environment and economy: the economy and the evironment - itineraries for the construction of a territorial approach, Sergio Conti and Egidio Dansero; towards sustainable industrial production - but in what sense sustainable?, Ray Hudson; the business enterprise, power networks and environmental change, Michael Taylor, Mark Bobe and Simon Leonard; steering the eco-transition - a material accounts approach, Paul M. Weaver; industrial resource use and transnational conflict - geographical implications of the James Bay hydropower schemes, Dietrich Soyez. Par II The state, policy and the environment: environmental management in Signapore, Ooi Giok-Ling; local developments, environmental policy and economic development, David Gibbs and Michael Healey; the role of industrial estates in the creation and destruciton of local environments - an Indian experience, M.B. Singh, R.K. Pandey and V. Singh.

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