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Human Footprints on the Global Environment Threats to Sustainability

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Edited By: Eugene A Rosa, Andreas Diekmann, Thomas Dietz and Carlo C Jaeger
328 pages, 1 illus
Publisher: MIT Press
Human Footprints on the Global Environment
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  • Human Footprints on the Global Environment ISBN: 9780262512992 Paperback Dec 2009 Out of Print #181324
  • Human Footprints on the Global Environment ISBN: 9780262013154 Hardback Dec 2009 Out of Print #181323
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The colossal human ecological footprint now threatens the sustainability of the entire planet. Scientists, policymakers, and other close observers know that any understanding of the causes of global environmental change is a function of understanding its human dimension - the range of human choices and actions that affect the environment.

This book offers a state-of-the-art assessment of research on the human dimensions of global environmental change, describing how global threats to sustainability have come about, providing an interpretive framework for understanding environmental change, reviewing recent work in the social and ecological sciences, and discussing which paths for future advances in our knowledge may prove most promising.

The chapters, by prominent North American and European authors, offer perspectives on population, consumption, land cover and use, institutional actions, and culture. They discuss such topics as risk, the new Structural Human Ecology approach to analyzing anthropogenic drivers of global environmental change, recent progress in understanding land use change, international environmental regimes, the concept of the commons, and the comparative vulnerability of societies around the world.

Contributors: Ulrich Beck, Thomas Dietz, Carlo C. Jaeger, Svein Jentoft, Jeanne X. Kasperson, Roger E. Kasperson, Bonnie J. McCay, Emilio F. Moran, Eugene A. Rosa, B. L. Turner II, Richard York, Oran R. Young

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Thomas Dietz is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Environmental Science and Policy Program at Michigan State University.

Out of Print
Edited By: Eugene A Rosa, Andreas Diekmann, Thomas Dietz and Carlo C Jaeger
328 pages, 1 illus
Publisher: MIT Press
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This edited volume by Eugene Rosa and Thomas Dietz includes essays and analyses by the world's most distinguished scholars in the social sciences and global change. Anyone interested in the state-of-the-arts in the field should consult Human Footprints on the Global Environment. The plea for adaptive preparation that the editors advocate reconciles the fruitless debate about allocating priorities between mitigation and adaptation and provides an intelligent and insightful solution for climate change research as well as policy making. --Ortwin Renn, Department of Technical and Environmental Sociology, University of Stuttgart "This book is a major addition to the social science literature dealing with the phenomenon of global environmental change. Its sweep is large and the result is interesting and informative to specialists and students alike. The editors are to be commended for blazing this trail with elegant conceptualization and style and for an impassioned argument on a critical issue of our times." --Edward Miles, School of Marine Affairs, University of Washington, coauthor of Environmental Regime Effectiveness

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