By Rajaram Krishnan, Jonathan Harris, Neva R. Goodwin
The emergent self-discipline of ecological economics is predicated at the concept that the world's economies are a functionality of the earth's ecosystems - an concept that extensively reverses the area view of neoclassical economics. A Survey of Ecological Economics presents the 1st evaluation of this new box, and a finished and systematic survey of its serious literature.
The editors of the amount summarize ninety-five seminal articles, chosen via an exhaustive survey, that develop the sphere of ecological economics and signify the simplest pondering thus far within the region. each one two-to three-page precis is much extra complete than a customary summary, and provides either the subjects coated in each one paper and an important arguments made approximately each one subject. Sections hide:
- historical standpoint
- definition, scope, and interdisciplinary concerns
- theoretical frameworks and methods
- energy and source stream research
- accounting and evaluate
- North-South/international concerns
- ethical/social/institutional matters
every one part is preceded by means of an introductory essay that outlines the present kingdom of data within the box and proposes a examine schedule for the longer term.
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Numerous “red flag” indicators show that resource use trends which have accompanied economic growth for centuries are now stressing ecosystems to the point of collapse. Goodland focuses on biomass appropriation, CO2 emissions, ozone depletion, land degradation, and biodiversity loss; other such indicators could be cited. While there is controversy over the specifics, a good case is presented for the proposition that population and economic growth have now fundamentally altered the relationship between human activity and planetary ecosystems.