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Tomorrow's World Britain's Share in a Sustainable Future

By: Duncan McLaren, Simon Bullock and Nusrat Yousuf
382 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
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At the end of the 1990s with just 1% of the Earth's population, Britain uses 5% of the planet's capacity for carbon dioxide absorption, over 2% of its sustainable timber yield, and 5% of its sustainable aluminium yield. With the aid of figures and graphics, the authors present sustainable consumption levels for Britain as targets for government and business.


Part 1 Sustainability and environmental space: defining environmental space; sustainability and equity; environmental space and wellbeing. Part 2 Sustainability targets for key resources: energy; land; wood; water; metals, minerals and chemicals. Part 3 Towards a sustainable society: economic sustainability; the politics of sustainability.

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By: Duncan McLaren, Simon Bullock and Nusrat Yousuf
382 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
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