Edited By: Paul Stern, Thomas Dietz, Vernon Ruttan, Robert Socolow and James Sweeney
143 pages, Figs, tabs
The blame for global environment degradation is increasingly being placed on human consumption of environmental resources, particularly in developed countries. This volume examines the potential to analyse such claims scientifically, beginning with the difficult problem of defining `consumption' a term that has different meanings in physics, ecology, economics, and sociology.
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