11 edition of Ecological futures found in the catalog.
|Statement||Sing C. Chew.|
|LC Classifications||GE149 .C538 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0759104530, 0759104549|
|ISBN 10||9780759104532, 9780759104549|
|LC Control Number||2008001993|
Professor Explores Ecological Futures New Book Looks At What History Can Teach Us About Our Future. - David Lawlor. When examining ideas like world ecological degradation and an impending dark age it’s comforting to know there’s still a flickering light of hope at the end of the tunnel. The Futures is a book about Growing up and discovering the ups and downs of work, life and making relationships work. It is written in Julia and Evans point of views, which some readers find tedious. I didn't find this too much of a problem ad it was fairly easy to follow the story/5.
"Sustainable Futures for Music Cultures: An Ecological Perspective is a pivotal publication that will spark more socially engaged, purposeful front-loading of music research. It will be an important scholarly reference point for many years to come."—Daniel Sheehy, Director & Curator Emeritus, Smithsonian Folkways RecordingsAuthor: Huib Schippers. The book: reexamines the status quo from biophysical as well as social perspectives considers the collaborative process of developing a shared vision of a sustainable and desirable society addresses the need for models that incorporate precepts of ecological economics suggests institutional changes necessary for implementing the ecological.
The book covers a wide range of issues, organized under four sections. It explores ecological futures including environmental governance, biodiversity conservation, water and energy. Next, it envisions political futures including those of democracy and power, law. The book explains fundamental ecological concepts, including Net Primary Productivity (NPP) 2 and the fundamental Holdren-Ehrlich anthropocentric environmental equation I = PAT. 3 That is, environmental impact equals population times affluence (consumption), leveraged by technology. The book discusses the observations of Malthus, and Liebig’s.
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Ecological Futures, the final book in Sing C. Chew's trilogy on world ecological degradation, proposes that our own Ecological futures book exhibits ecological conditions similar to those of the past. The climate changes, environmental crises, mass population migrations, and socioeconomic disorganization we find in our globalized world also characterized the Late Cited by: Rocky Mountain Futures presents a comprehensive and wide-ranging examination of the ecological consequences of past, current, and future human activities in the Rocky Mountain region of the United States and Canada.
The book brings together 32 leading ecologists, geographers, and other scientists and researchers to present an objective 5/5(1). ecological foundation of Africa’s growth could be chipped away or destroyed altogether by this development.
This report is based on this premise that African ecological futures can be fundamentally altered by economic and development decisions made today. In order to better understand what these futures might be and how to manage their.
Through this book, systems, collective behaviour change, affective expression of narratives of vision and identity for sustainable futures, and creativity and innovation for societal needs.
At IASS, where he has been sinceProf. Chabay was co-leader of interdisciplinary research on ecological, social, and economic transformations in. Sociological Futures aims to be a flagship for new and innovative theories, methods and approaches to sociological issues and debates and ‘the social’ in the 21st century.
This series of monographs and edited collections was inspired by vibrant wealth of BSA symposia on a wide variety of sociological themes. Suisun Marsh Ecological History and Possible Futures.
by Peter B. Moyle (Editor), Amber D. Manfree (Editor), Peggy L. Fiedler (Editor) March ; First Edition; Paperback $, £ eBook $, £; Title Details. Rights: Available worldwide Pages: ISBN: Trim Size: 6 Ecological futures book 9.
Ecological Futures: What History Can Teach Us: Sing C. Chew: Books - Ecological Futures, the final book in Sing C. Chew's trilogy on world ecological degradation, proposes that our own era exhibits ecological conditions similar to those of the past. The climate changes, environmental crises, mass population migrati.
The sustainability of music and other intangible expressions of culture has been high on the agenda of scholars, governments, and nongovernmental organizations in recent years. However, there is a striking lack of systematic research into what exactly affects sustainability across music cultures.
By analyzing case studies of nine highly diverse music cultures against a single framework that. Published by Local Futures, On the surface, California’s food system is a vision of abundance and prosperity. But a closer look reveals a range of serious problems, including degraded ecosystems, obesity alongside hunger, an ailing farm economy, appalling farmworker conditions, and a distribution system that favors trade over local needs.
Rocky Mountain Futures presents a comprehensive and wide-ranging examination of the ecological consequences of past, current, and future human activities in the Rocky Mountain region of the United States and Canada. The book brings together 32 leading ecologists, geographers, and other scientists and researchers to present an objective.
This book explores a range of plausible futures for environmental law in the new era of the Earth’s history: the Anthropocene. The book discusses multiple contemporary and future challenges facing the planet and humanity. It examines the relationship between environmental law and the Anthropocene at governance scales from the global to the local.
Her most recent book, Local is Our Future: Steps to an Economics of Happiness, outlines how a systemic economic shift from global to local can address the world’s social, economic, ecological and spiritual crises.
It has been described by author David Korten as “a must-read book for our time”. Helena is also the producer and co-director of the award-winning film The Economics of.
Ecological Futures, the final book in Sing C. Chew's trilogy on world ecological degradation, proposes that our own era exhibits ecological conditions similar to those of the past. The climate changes, environmental crises, mass population migrations, and socioeconomic disorganization we find in our globalized world also characterized the Late.
"Ancient Futures: Learning from Ladakh" by Helena Norberg-Hodge is a book that explores the idea of progress, technological evolution, and the loss of community and culture that seems so essential to modernity. Norberg-Hodge, a linguist, worked with traditional communities in Ladakh, a remote region in Northern India, in the s/5.
Divided into four sections—Ecological Futures, Political Futures, Economic Futures and Socio-Cultural Futures—the book covers a wide range of issues including environmental governance, biodiversity, democracy and power, law, agriculture, pastoralism, industry, languages, learning and education, knowledge, health and sexuality among others.
This book is an essential read, especially for men, but also for all those who care about our intertwined futures." — Seema Arora-Jonsson, author of Gender, Development and Environmental Governance () and Associate Professor of Urban and Rural Development, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala.
combinations of ecological crises and prospective green technologies, from genetic engineering and nanotech to alternative energy production and storage machines.2 In fact, as a genre science fic tion is well positioned to contribute to social conversations about. Request PDF | Sustainable futures for music cultures: An ecological perspective.
| The sustainability of music and other intangible expressions of culture has been high on the agenda of scholars. Arguing that video games need to be understood as part of a cultural response to the growing ecological crisis, Playing Nature seeds conversations around key environmental science concepts and terms.
Alenda Y. Chang suggests several ways to rethink existing game taxonomies and theories of agency while revealing surprising fundamental similarities between game play and scientific work.
Get this from a library! Ecological futures: what history can teach us. [Sing C Chew] -- Discusses implications of worldwide ecological degradation in history .Get this from a library! Ecological futures: what history can teach us.
[Sing C Chew] -- Ecological Futures argues that history can be utilized to project possible socioeconomic, political, and ecological outcomes for the climate changes, environmental crises, human migrations, and.Alternative Futures: India Unshackled (free download of full book) W e are delighted to present a freely downloadable copy of Alternative Futures: It explores ecological futures.