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Routledge International Handbook of Sustainable Development

Published on Mar 2, 2015
· DOI :10.4324/9780203785300
Michael Redclift26
Estimated H-index: 26
Delyse Springett1
Estimated H-index: 1
Part 1: History and Evolution of the Concept of Sustainable Development 1. Introduction: History and evolution of the concept Delyse Springett and Michael Redclift Part 2: Institutional Dimensions of Sustainable Development 2. Does illegality enable or undermine the sustainability of the globalising economy? Ray Hudson 3. Global Change, Islands and Sustainable Development: Islands of Sustainability or Analogues of the Challenge of Sustainable Development? Michael Hall 4. 'Uncertainty' in the professionalization of sustainable development - The case of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Annika Skoglund and Tommy Jensen 5. Population Health, a Fundamental Marker of Sustainable Development Tony McMichael 6. Education for Sustainable Development: Challenges of a critical pedagogy Delyse Springett Part 3: Environmental Dimensions Of Sustainable Development 7. Biodiversity and Sustainable Development Stewart Lockie and Hedda Ransan-Cooper 8. Water and Sustainable Development Naho Mirumachi 9. Sustainable Architecture Keith Bothwell 10. Sustainable Design: Concepts, methods and practices Martina Maria Keitsch 11. Is managing ecosystem services necessary and sufficient to ensure sustainable development? Mark Mulligan and Nicholas Clifford 12. Conservation, Sustainability and Economic Growth William Adams Part 4: Social Dimensions of Sustainable Development 13. Sustainable Development: Joining Sustainability and Environmental Justice Robin Morris Collin and Robert W. Collin 14. Indigenous Perspectives: Non-Anthropocentric Sustainable Development and the Right to Self-Determination Oscar Forero 15. The Politics of Sustainable Consumption Emma Hinton 16. Advances in Sustainable Tourism Development Tony Johnston 17. Food and Sustainable Development Colin Sage Part 5: Economic Dimensions Of Sustainable Development 18. Ecological Economics and Sustainable Development: Building a Sustainable and Desirable Economy-in-Society-in-Nature Robert Costanza, Gar Alperovitz, Herman Daly, Joshua Farley, Carol Franco, Tim Jackson, Ida Kubiszewski, Juliet Schor and Peter Victor 19. Sustainable development and the economic crisis under austerity: the experience of the United Kingdom Michael Redclift and Emma Hinton 19. Indicators for Sustainable Development Joachim Spangenberg 21. Sustainable Business: A Critique of Corporate Social Responsibility Policies and Practices Tim Luke 22. Urban Transport and Sustainable Development Peter Newman, Annie Matan and James McIntosh 23. Chinese Sustainability in Transition: Which direction to take? Arthur Mol Part 6: Sustainable Development - Future Challenges 24. Agroecology as post-development discourse and practice Graham Woodgate 25. The social and political dimensions of sustainable development in climate change Marco Grasso 26. Sustainable Development or the Creeping Incubation of Disaster? Raymond Murphy 27. Women's 'right to sustainable development': integrating religion and a rights-based approach Yamini Naranayan 28. From Sustainable Development to Governance for Sustainability Ashwina Mahanti and David Manuel-Navarrete
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Published on Oct 1, 2019in Environmental Science & Policy 4.82
Tariq Aziz (UW: University of Waterloo), Philippe Van Cappellen48
Estimated H-index: 48
(UW: University of Waterloo)
Abstract The full production of a given ecosystem service is called the potential ecosystem service; the fraction of the potential ecosystem service that is actually used by society is referred to as the realized ecosystem service. Because they are directly contributing to human well-being, the realized ecosystem services are of particular socio-economic importance. A key challenge faced by the economic valuation of ecosystem services is how to differentiate between realized and potential ecosys...
ABSTRACTThis paper explores the historic ideas and practice of outdoor education, as developed in Jean Jacques Rousseau’s Emile, and realized by Adolf Reichwein`s rural teaching practice. We aimed at developing a comprehensive research design, triangulating different qualitative data (text and photos). In the paper, we explore how the idea of place-based outdoor education unfolded in Rousseaus Emile, and how Adolf Reichwein, in rural Tiefensee, enacted the practice of place-based outdoor educati...
Published on Jan 10, 2019
Francisco Javier Forcadell8
Estimated H-index: 8
(URJC: King Juan Carlos University),
Elisa Aracil2
Estimated H-index: 2
(Comillas Pontifical University)
Published on Jan 1, 2018
Rethinking Disasters: Small and Slow Onset More Harmful Than Large Ones With climate change, smaller but much more frequently ocurring disasters are emerging to be more debilitating and harmful at the household, collective and systemic levels. In the Sundarbans , 14 such ‘disasters’ (average) annually struck between 2010 and 2016, a total of 95, causing a cumulative loss of over €500 million. On a temporal scale, this loss is far higher than caused by single extreme weather events such as cyclon...
Published on Jan 1, 2015
W. Eberhard Falck2
Estimated H-index: 2
Joachim H. Spangenberg32
Estimated H-index: 32
Dominic Wittmer1
Estimated H-index: 1
Modern uranium mining practices are designed to bring operations more in line with sustainable development goals, in particular with respect to environmental and socio-economic criteria. It is now widely recognised that a social license to operate is a key prerequisite for successfully establishing and running any mining project. This paper examines the use of indicators as a vehicle to convey stakeholder-relevant information about mine site development with a view to facilitate social licensing...