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By: Nicky Chambers, Craig Simmons and Mathis Wackernagel
185 pages, Illus, figs, tabs
Practical guide to ecological footprinting, which is rapidly becoming the most effective and practical way to measure our impact on the environment. Case studies and graphics illustrate its effectiveness at measuring the `footprints' of activities, lifestyles, products, organizations, and regions.
'An invaluable resource.' Sustain i? This book sets out the most important compass that society can have if we are to navigate the future.' Ed Mayo, Executive Director, New Economics Foundation 'It combines important advice for individual action backed by a dazzling display of science.' Tim Beaumont, Lord Beaumont of Whitley, Green Party Representative in the UK House of Lords 'This book should be read by every policymaker.' Paul Kingsnorth, Deputy Editor, The Ecologist 'Sharing Nature's Interest is a straightforward guide.' The European Sustainable Cities and Towns Campaign 'This book should be an essential reference for anyone seriously wondering how it is we begin to measure our impact on global sustainability and in particular for those of us that want to ensure sustainability is rooted in addressing our impact upon nature.' What on Earth Magazine 'An educational pearl of high value.' International Journal of Sustainable Development 'for those who like ideas, and are longing for terms to be found for serious intergovernmental debate on ecological justice, this is an encouraging read.' Green Christians
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