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The post carbon reader : managing the 21st century's sustainability crises, Richard Heinberg and Daniel Lerch, editors

Label
The post carbon reader : managing the 21st century's sustainability crises
Title
The post carbon reader
Title remainder
managing the 21st century's sustainability crises
Statement of responsibility
Richard Heinberg and Daniel Lerch, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"In the 20th century, cheap and abundant energy brought previously unimaginable advances in health, wealth, and technology, and fed an explosion in population and consumption. But this growth came at an incredible cost. Climate change, peak oil, freshwater depletion, species extinction, and a host of economic and social problems now challenge us as never before. The Post Carbon Reader features articles by some of the world's most provocative thinkers on the key drivers shaping this new century, from renewable energy and urban agriculture to social justice and systems resilience. This unprecedented collection takes a hard-nosed look at the interconnected threats of our global sustainability quandary--as well as the most promising responses. The Post Carbon Reader is a valuable resource for policymakers, college classrooms, and concerned citizens."--Publisher's description
Member of
Action
committed to retain for EAST
Cataloging source
BRC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HC79.E5
LC item number
P67 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Heinberg, Richard
  • Lerch, Daniel
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Energy policy
  • Climatic changes
  • Economic development
  • Sustainable development
  • Human ecology
  • Environmental economics
  • Environmental protection
  • Environmental degradation
  • Hubbert peak theory
  • Environmental justice
  • Energy development
  • Renewable energy sources
  • Climatic changes
  • Economic development
  • Energy development
  • Energy policy
  • Environmental degradation
  • Environmental economics
  • Environmental justice
  • Environmental protection
  • Hubbert peak theory
  • Human ecology
  • Renewable energy sources
  • Sustainable development
Label
The post carbon reader : managing the 21st century's sustainability crises, Richard Heinberg and Daniel Lerch, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Thinking "resilience"
  • William E. Rees
  • A new world
  • Bill McKibben
  • The international response to climate change
  • Richard Douthwaite
  • The ecological deficit : creating a new political framework
  • David Orr
  • Water : adapting to a new normal
  • Sandra Postel
  • Foreword
  • Peak nature?
  • Stephanie Mills
  • Getting fossil fuels off the plate
  • Michael Bomford
  • Takling the oldest environmental problem : agriculture and its impact on soil
  • Wes Jackson
  • Growing community food systems
  • Erika Allen
  • Population : the multiplier of everything else
  • William N. Ryerson
  • Asher Miller
  • Dangerously addictive : why we are biologically ill-suited to the riches of modern America
  • Peter C. Whybrow
  • Remapping relationships : humans in nature
  • Gloria Flora
  • The human nature of unsustainability
  • William E. Rees
  • Making sense of peak oil and energy uncertainty
  • Daniel Lerch
  • Hydrocarbons in North America
  • J. David Hughes
  • Preface
  • Nine challenges of alternative energy
  • David Fridley
  • Peak oil and the great recession
  • Tom Whipple
  • Ecological economics
  • Joshua Farley
  • Money and energy
  • Richard Douthwaite
  • The competitiveness of local living economies
  • Michael H. Shuman
  • Daniel Lerch
  • The death of sprawl : designing urban resilience for the twenty-first-century resource and climate crises
  • Warren Karlenzig
  • Smart decline in post-carbon cities : the Buffalo Commons meets Buffalo, New York
  • Deborah E. Popper and Frank J. Popper
  • Toward zero-carbon buildings
  • Hillary Brown
  • Local government in a time of peak oil and climate change
  • John Kaufmann
  • Transportation in the post-carbon world
  • Richard Gilbert and Anthony Perl
  • Beyond the limits to growth
  • Climate change, peak oil, and the end of waste
  • Bill Sheehan and Helen Spiegelman
  • Human health and well-being in an era of energy scarcity and climate change
  • Cindy L. Parker and Brian S. Schwartz
  • Smart by nature : schooling for sustainability
  • Michael K. Stone and Zenobia Barlow
  • Community colleges : a vital resource for education in the post-carbon era
  • Nancy Lee Wood
  • Personal preparation
  • Chris Martenson
  • Richard Heinberg
  • What can communities do?
  • Rob Hopkins
  • What now? : the path forward begins with one step
  • Asher Miller
  • What is sustainability?
  • Richard Heinberg
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxiii, 523 p.
Isbn
9780970950062
Lccn
2010931734
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)681376694
  • (OCoLC)ocn681376694
Label
The post carbon reader : managing the 21st century's sustainability crises, Richard Heinberg and Daniel Lerch, editors
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Thinking "resilience"
  • William E. Rees
  • A new world
  • Bill McKibben
  • The international response to climate change
  • Richard Douthwaite
  • The ecological deficit : creating a new political framework
  • David Orr
  • Water : adapting to a new normal
  • Sandra Postel
  • Foreword
  • Peak nature?
  • Stephanie Mills
  • Getting fossil fuels off the plate
  • Michael Bomford
  • Takling the oldest environmental problem : agriculture and its impact on soil
  • Wes Jackson
  • Growing community food systems
  • Erika Allen
  • Population : the multiplier of everything else
  • William N. Ryerson
  • Asher Miller
  • Dangerously addictive : why we are biologically ill-suited to the riches of modern America
  • Peter C. Whybrow
  • Remapping relationships : humans in nature
  • Gloria Flora
  • The human nature of unsustainability
  • William E. Rees
  • Making sense of peak oil and energy uncertainty
  • Daniel Lerch
  • Hydrocarbons in North America
  • J. David Hughes
  • Preface
  • Nine challenges of alternative energy
  • David Fridley
  • Peak oil and the great recession
  • Tom Whipple
  • Ecological economics
  • Joshua Farley
  • Money and energy
  • Richard Douthwaite
  • The competitiveness of local living economies
  • Michael H. Shuman
  • Daniel Lerch
  • The death of sprawl : designing urban resilience for the twenty-first-century resource and climate crises
  • Warren Karlenzig
  • Smart decline in post-carbon cities : the Buffalo Commons meets Buffalo, New York
  • Deborah E. Popper and Frank J. Popper
  • Toward zero-carbon buildings
  • Hillary Brown
  • Local government in a time of peak oil and climate change
  • John Kaufmann
  • Transportation in the post-carbon world
  • Richard Gilbert and Anthony Perl
  • Beyond the limits to growth
  • Climate change, peak oil, and the end of waste
  • Bill Sheehan and Helen Spiegelman
  • Human health and well-being in an era of energy scarcity and climate change
  • Cindy L. Parker and Brian S. Schwartz
  • Smart by nature : schooling for sustainability
  • Michael K. Stone and Zenobia Barlow
  • Community colleges : a vital resource for education in the post-carbon era
  • Nancy Lee Wood
  • Personal preparation
  • Chris Martenson
  • Richard Heinberg
  • What can communities do?
  • Rob Hopkins
  • What now? : the path forward begins with one step
  • Asher Miller
  • What is sustainability?
  • Richard Heinberg
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxiii, 523 p.
Isbn
9780970950062
Lccn
2010931734
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)681376694
  • (OCoLC)ocn681376694

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