Examines the efforts to define and implement the concept of sustainable economic development, its relationship to the use of `natural' capital and human welfare, and its influence on recent environmental policy debates. The authors, who previously wrote Blueprint for a Green Economy, show how far environmental concerns have been integrated into everyday economic decision making - through the valuation of environmental goods and services, cost-benefit techniques, indicators for sustainable development, and the use of market-based instruments for environmental policy making around the world.
'A worthy read.' Business Strategy and the Environment 'The book is an excellent 'field guide' to the main issues in developing a more sustainable future.' John Dixon, Lead Environmental Economist, the World Bank 'Blueprint for a Sustainable Economy demonstrates that when economics is properly applied, it offers some of the most powerful tools for achieving sustainability.' Amory B Lovins, Co-Founder, and CEO (Research), Rocky Mountain Institute.
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