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Academic & Professional Books  Environmental & Social Studies  Economics, Politics & Policy  Sustainable Development: General

Environment, Growth and Development The Concepts and Strategies of Sustainability

By: Peter Bartelmus(Author), Maurice F Strong(Foreword By)
176 pages, Illus, 9 figs, 10 line drawings
Publisher: Routledge
Environment, Growth and Development
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Offers a unique analysis of sustainable economic growth and development and the implications for policy and planning at the local, national and global scale.

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1. What on Earth is Wrong 1.1 Development and Environment: From Global Discussion to Global Frustration 1.2 Diagnosis: A Planet at Risk 1.3 Evaluation: How Bad is it? 2. Accounting for Sustainable Development 2.1 Environment and Economic Process 2.2 A System for Integrated Environmental and Economic Accounting 2.3 Pricing the Priceless: the Limits of Monetary Valuation 2.4 Case Studies 3. Environment and Development - A Matter of Sustainability? 3.1 Sustainability Criteria 3.2 Definitions of Sustainable Growth and Development 3.3 Sustainability and Optimality 4. Planning and Policies (1): Sustainable Growth and Structural Change 4.1 Policy Framework 4.2 Eco-variables in Macroeconomics 4.3 Cost Internationalization and Structural Change 5. Planning and Policies (2): Sustainable Development 5.1 Integrated Planning and Policies 5.2 Grassroots Strategies: Ecodevelopment 5.3 Implementation: Towards a National Action Plan for Sustainable Development 6. Outlook: from National to Global Compacts 6.1 Towards Global Sustainability 6.2 Earth Summit: An Agenda for the Twenty-first Century 6.3 From National to Global Compacts

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By: Peter Bartelmus(Author), Maurice F Strong(Foreword By)
176 pages, Illus, 9 figs, 10 line drawings
Publisher: Routledge
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"Combines extensive knowledge of development issues with pioneering work on "green accounting" to bring us a practical agenda for achieving sustainability. Environment, Growth and Development is essential reading."
- David Pearce

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