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The Resource State of the world : 2010, transforming cultures: from consumerism to sustainability, Linda Starke and Lisa Mastny, editors

State of the world : 2010, transforming cultures: from consumerism to sustainability, Linda Starke and Lisa Mastny, editors

Label
State of the world : 2010, transforming cultures: from consumerism to sustainability
Title
State of the world
Title remainder
2010, transforming cultures: from consumerism to sustainability
Statement of responsibility
Linda Starke and Lisa Mastny, editors
Title variation
  • State of the world 2010
  • Transforming cultures : from consumerism to sustainability
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Dewey number
333.72
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • charts
Index
no index present
LC call number
HC59.15
LC item number
.S734 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Assadourian, Erik
  • Starke, Linda
  • Mastny, Lisa
  • Worldwatch Institute
Series statement
State of the world
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Sustainable development
  • Conservation of natural resources
  • Economic development
  • Consumption (Economics)
Label
State of the world : 2010, transforming cultures: from consumerism to sustainability, Linda Starke and Lisa Mastny, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Note
A Worldwatch Institute Report on Progress Toward a Sustainable Society - t.p
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical reference ( p. 191-230) and index
Contents
  • Elders : a cultural resource for promoting sustainable development
  • Judi Aubel
  • From agriculture to permaculture
  • Albert Bates and Toby Hemenway
  • Early childhood education to transform cultures for sustainability
  • Ingrid Pramling Samuelson and Yoshie Kaga
  • Commercialism in children's lives
  • Susan Linn
  • Rethinking school food: the power of the public plate
  • Kevin Morgan and Roberta Sonnino
  • The rise and fall of consumer cultures
  • What is higher education for now?
  • David W. Orr
  • Adapting institutions for life in a full world
  • Robert Constanza, Joshua Farley, and Ida Kubiszewski
  • Sustainable work schedules for all
  • Juliet Schor
  • Changing business cultures from within
  • Ray Anderson, Mona Amodeo, and Jim Hartzfeld
  • Social entrepreneurs: innovating toward sustainability
  • Johanna Mair and Kate Ganly
  • Erik Assadourian
  • Relocalizing business
  • Michael H. Schuman
  • Editing out unsustainable behavior
  • Michael Maniates
  • Broadening the understanding of security
  • Michael Renner
  • Building cities of the future
  • Peter Newman
  • Reinventing health care: from panacea to hygeia
  • Walter Bortz
  • Engaging religions to shape worldviews
  • Earth jurisprudence: from colonization to participation
  • Cormac Cullinan
  • From selling soap to selling sustainability: social marketing
  • Jonah Sachs and Susan Finkelpearl
  • Media Literacy, citizenship, and sustainability
  • Robin Andersen and Pamela Miller
  • Music: using education and entertainment to motivate change
  • Amy Han
  • Reducing work time as a path to sustainability
  • John de Graaf
  • Gary Gardner
  • Inspiring people to see that less is more
  • Cecile Andrews and Wanda Urbanska
  • Ecovillages and the transformation of values
  • Jonathan Dawson
  • Ritual and taboo as ecological guardians
  • Gary Gardner
  • Environmentally sustainable childbearing
  • Robert Engelman
Control code
ocn317919753
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxvii, 244 p.
Isbn
9780393337266
Other physical details
ill., charts
System control number
(OCoLC)317919753
Label
State of the world : 2010, transforming cultures: from consumerism to sustainability, Linda Starke and Lisa Mastny, editors
Publication
Note
A Worldwatch Institute Report on Progress Toward a Sustainable Society - t.p
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical reference ( p. 191-230) and index
Contents
  • Elders : a cultural resource for promoting sustainable development
  • Judi Aubel
  • From agriculture to permaculture
  • Albert Bates and Toby Hemenway
  • Early childhood education to transform cultures for sustainability
  • Ingrid Pramling Samuelson and Yoshie Kaga
  • Commercialism in children's lives
  • Susan Linn
  • Rethinking school food: the power of the public plate
  • Kevin Morgan and Roberta Sonnino
  • The rise and fall of consumer cultures
  • What is higher education for now?
  • David W. Orr
  • Adapting institutions for life in a full world
  • Robert Constanza, Joshua Farley, and Ida Kubiszewski
  • Sustainable work schedules for all
  • Juliet Schor
  • Changing business cultures from within
  • Ray Anderson, Mona Amodeo, and Jim Hartzfeld
  • Social entrepreneurs: innovating toward sustainability
  • Johanna Mair and Kate Ganly
  • Erik Assadourian
  • Relocalizing business
  • Michael H. Schuman
  • Editing out unsustainable behavior
  • Michael Maniates
  • Broadening the understanding of security
  • Michael Renner
  • Building cities of the future
  • Peter Newman
  • Reinventing health care: from panacea to hygeia
  • Walter Bortz
  • Engaging religions to shape worldviews
  • Earth jurisprudence: from colonization to participation
  • Cormac Cullinan
  • From selling soap to selling sustainability: social marketing
  • Jonah Sachs and Susan Finkelpearl
  • Media Literacy, citizenship, and sustainability
  • Robin Andersen and Pamela Miller
  • Music: using education and entertainment to motivate change
  • Amy Han
  • Reducing work time as a path to sustainability
  • John de Graaf
  • Gary Gardner
  • Inspiring people to see that less is more
  • Cecile Andrews and Wanda Urbanska
  • Ecovillages and the transformation of values
  • Jonathan Dawson
  • Ritual and taboo as ecological guardians
  • Gary Gardner
  • Environmentally sustainable childbearing
  • Robert Engelman
Control code
ocn317919753
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxvii, 244 p.
Isbn
9780393337266
Other physical details
ill., charts
System control number
(OCoLC)317919753

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