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Preface -Jan Pronk Acknowledgements Introduction -Bob van der Zwaan and Arthur Petersen Part I: Consumption, Population and a Sustainable Economy 1. From ’Limits to Growth’ to ’Factor Four’ -Ernst von Weizsäcker 2. Increasing Resource Productivity by a Factor Ten -Friedrich.
Zwaan, B. van der and Petersen, Arthur. Ethics for a Small Planet: New Horizons on Population, Consumption, and Ecology . Maguire, Daniel C. and Rasmussen, Larry L. (1998). Related Items in Google Scholar.
World, . an der ZwaanA "SOS" is a networking activity in support of reflexive and materially grounded considerations about science, with the concern for (putting it negatively) saving society from itself.
Sharing the Planet: on-Species/Science and Ethics for a Sustainable and Equitable World, . an der ZwaanA. Petersen Eburon Publishers, Delft (2003), (pp. viii+264 pages, Euro 24, $ 24 (Pbk) US$ 55 (hdbk)). Article in Futures 39(4):461-462 · May 2007 with 57 Reads. SOS" is a networking activity in support of reflexive and materially grounded considerations about science, with the concern for (putting it negatively) saving society from itself; and (putting it positively) restoring wonder at our being as a basis for our collective scientific projet. It is documented in 'ePLANETe' moving inwards from the TALIESIN Doorway (Knowledge and Learning).
Science and Ethics for a Sustainable and Equitable World, Delft, NL: Eburon Academic Publishers, pp. J. Potting, J. Risbey, D. Nuijten, P. Kloprogge, D. van Vuuren, B. de Vries, A. Beusen, P. Heuberger, . 133–150. RIVM/MNP Guidance for Uncertainty Assessment and Communication: Mini-Checklist & Quickscan Questionnaire. Quintana, S. Funtowicz, J. Ravetz, and A. Petersen (2002). Uncertainty assessment of the IMAGE/TIMER B1 CO 2 emissions scenario, using the NUSAP method.
Papers presented at the symposium "Sharing the planet: population, consumption, species", held in Groningen, the Netherlands, from June 12-14, 2002. Personal Name: Zwaan, B. van der. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Petersen, Arthur.
Because international trade drives today's political, economic, and financial infrastructures, its momentum has largely drowned out warnings about the limited resources of the planet. This book raises public awareness about these limited resources with writings by leading scholars that provide an up-to-date and forceful analysis of how the global community can move toward a sustainable and equitable world. Taking a multicultural and multidisciplinary approach, Sharing the Planet will be essential reading for scholars and concerned citizens.
Sharing the Planet: on-Species : Science and Ethics for a Sustainable and Equitable World. Bob Van Der Zwaan, Arthur Petersen. James E. Mitchell, Michael J. Devlin, Martina de Zwaan, Scott J. Crow, Carol B. Peterson. 2316 RUR. Solar and Stellar Magnetic Activity (Cambridge Astrophysics). C. Schrijver, C. Zwaan. 3765 RUR. Freedom, Security and Justice in the European Union. 4308 RUR. The European Union. 5111 RUR. Challenges in a Changing World. Bibliographic references. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Author: Bob van der Zwaan,Arthur Petersen
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Publisher: Eburon Publishers, Delft; 1 edition (February 15, 2004)
Pages: 240 pages
ePUB size: 1263 kb
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