By Umberto Colombo
Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, Italy
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What remains of The limits to growth after 25 years? What impact would it have in the next 25 years? This essays attempts to answer these questions by examining the notions of sustainability and eco-technologies.
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The first report [...]
By Giorgio Nebbia
The following piece was published in Capitalism Nature Socialism, Volume 23, Number 2 (June 21012)
The 20th century has been one of hopes and disappointments. The population of the world has increased almost fivefold, which has entailed a tenfold increase in the demand for food, energy, metals, space, housing, and water. There has also been a tenfold increase in [...]
June 9, 2012
Focal Point USA, a program of the Global Reporting Intitiative, seeks to increase the prevalence of sustainability reporting in the U.S. and to increase the quality of the sustainability reports being issued. Mike Wallace, the Director of Focal Point USA, speaks about the importance of sustainability reporting and sustainable business practices in the video below.
by Elizabeth R. Sawin
– June 13, 2007 –
Climate change, fisheries crashes, toxic pollution, endangered species. Sometimes it’s enough to make you throw up your hands in despair. “I’m just one person, what difference can I make? What could I do?”
Well, actually one person – one ordinary person – can do quite a lot if she sets her mind to it. [...]
by Elizabeth Sawin
– November 7, 2005 –
Three concrete steps towards sustainability in the U.S.? That shouldn’t be a hard list to create. Certainly there are enough possible steps out there waiting for us to take them. The first that come to mind:
1. Charge the full costs of resource use — not just what it costs to catch a fish or [...]