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Agenda for a sustainable America, John C. Dernbach, editor

Label
Agenda for a sustainable America
Title
Agenda for a sustainable America
Statement of responsibility
John C. Dernbach, editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Dewey number
338.973/07
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HC79.E5
LC item number
A358 2009
Literary form
non fiction
NAL call number
KF5505
NAL item number
.A44 2009
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1953-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Dernbach, John C.
  • Environmental Law Institute
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Sustainable development
  • Sustainable development
  • Environmental law
  • Environmental law
  • Sustainable development
  • Sustainable development
  • United States
  • Nachhaltigkeit
  • Umweltauflage
  • Umweltrecht
  • USA
  • Desarrollo sustentable
  • Desarrollo sustentable
  • Derecho ambiental
Label
Agenda for a sustainable America, John C. Dernbach, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Brownfields development : from individual sites to smart growth
  • by Joel B. Eisen
  • Business and industry : transitioning to sustainability
  • by Ira Robert Feldman
  • Higher education : more and more laboratories for inventing a sustainable future
  • by Wynn Calder and Julian Dautremont-Smith
  • Kindergarten through twelfth grade education : fragmentary progress in equipping students to think and act in a challenging world
  • by Carmela Federico and Jaimie Cloud
  • Religion and ethics focused on sustainability
  • by Dieter T. Hessel
  • Sustainable development and the United States
  • Sustainable and unsustainable developments in the U.S. energy system
  • by Mark D. Levine and Nathaniel T. Aden
  • Materials : from high consumption to more sustainable resource use
  • by Amit Kapur and Thomas E. Graedel
  • The importance of curbing and ending population growth to achieve sustainability
  • by Anne H. Ehrlich and James Salzman
  • Poverty : greening the tax and transfer system to create more opportunities
  • by Jonathan Barry Forman
  • Freshwater : sustaining use by protecting ecosystems
  • by Robert W. Adler
  • by John C. Dernbach
  • Oceans and estuaries : the Ocean Commissions' unfulfilled vision
  • by Robin Kundis Craig
  • Air quality : the need to replace basic technologies with cleaner alternatives
  • by David M. Driesen
  • Climate change : the unmet obligation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
  • by Donald A. Brown
  • Biodiversity conservation : an unrealized aspiration
  • by A. Dan Tarlock and Andrew Zabel
  • Sustainable forestry : moving from concept to consistent practice
  • by Federico Cheever and Ward J. Scott
  • Progress toward sustainability : a report card
  • Toxic chemicals and pesticides : not yet preventing pollution
  • by Lynn R. Goldman
  • Hazardous waste and superfund : few changes and little progress
  • by Joel A. Mintz
  • Municipal solid waste : building stronger connections to jobs and the economy
  • by Marian Chertow
  • Land use : blending smart growth with social equity and climate change mitigation
  • by Patricia Salkin
  • Transportation : challenges and choices
  • by Trip Pollard
  • by the contributing authors
  • International trade : sustainability as a multilateral, bilateral, and regional effort
  • by Kevin C. Kennedy
  • Official development assistance : toward funding for sustainability
  • by Royal C. Gardner and Ezequiel Lugo
  • Financing sustainable development
  • by Smita Nakhooda, Frances Seymour, and Sabina Ahmed
  • Lead poisoning and pollution : opportunities for internationalized solutions
  • by K.W. James Rochow
  • State governance : leadership on climate change
  • by Kirsten H. Engel and Marc L. Miller
  • Agenda for a sustainable America
  • Public access to information, participation, and justice : forward and backward steps toward an informed and engaged citizenry
  • by Carl Bruch, Frances Irwin, and Gary D. Bass
  • National governance : still stumbling toward sustainability
  • by John C. Dernbach
  • by the contributing authors
  • Local governance and sustainability : major progress, significant challenges
  • by Jonathan D. Weiss
Control code
ocn213309569
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxvii, 509 pages
Isbn
9781585761333
Lccn
2010484373
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o213309569
  • (OCoLC)213309569
Label
Agenda for a sustainable America, John C. Dernbach, editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Brownfields development : from individual sites to smart growth
  • by Joel B. Eisen
  • Business and industry : transitioning to sustainability
  • by Ira Robert Feldman
  • Higher education : more and more laboratories for inventing a sustainable future
  • by Wynn Calder and Julian Dautremont-Smith
  • Kindergarten through twelfth grade education : fragmentary progress in equipping students to think and act in a challenging world
  • by Carmela Federico and Jaimie Cloud
  • Religion and ethics focused on sustainability
  • by Dieter T. Hessel
  • Sustainable development and the United States
  • Sustainable and unsustainable developments in the U.S. energy system
  • by Mark D. Levine and Nathaniel T. Aden
  • Materials : from high consumption to more sustainable resource use
  • by Amit Kapur and Thomas E. Graedel
  • The importance of curbing and ending population growth to achieve sustainability
  • by Anne H. Ehrlich and James Salzman
  • Poverty : greening the tax and transfer system to create more opportunities
  • by Jonathan Barry Forman
  • Freshwater : sustaining use by protecting ecosystems
  • by Robert W. Adler
  • by John C. Dernbach
  • Oceans and estuaries : the Ocean Commissions' unfulfilled vision
  • by Robin Kundis Craig
  • Air quality : the need to replace basic technologies with cleaner alternatives
  • by David M. Driesen
  • Climate change : the unmet obligation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
  • by Donald A. Brown
  • Biodiversity conservation : an unrealized aspiration
  • by A. Dan Tarlock and Andrew Zabel
  • Sustainable forestry : moving from concept to consistent practice
  • by Federico Cheever and Ward J. Scott
  • Progress toward sustainability : a report card
  • Toxic chemicals and pesticides : not yet preventing pollution
  • by Lynn R. Goldman
  • Hazardous waste and superfund : few changes and little progress
  • by Joel A. Mintz
  • Municipal solid waste : building stronger connections to jobs and the economy
  • by Marian Chertow
  • Land use : blending smart growth with social equity and climate change mitigation
  • by Patricia Salkin
  • Transportation : challenges and choices
  • by Trip Pollard
  • by the contributing authors
  • International trade : sustainability as a multilateral, bilateral, and regional effort
  • by Kevin C. Kennedy
  • Official development assistance : toward funding for sustainability
  • by Royal C. Gardner and Ezequiel Lugo
  • Financing sustainable development
  • by Smita Nakhooda, Frances Seymour, and Sabina Ahmed
  • Lead poisoning and pollution : opportunities for internationalized solutions
  • by K.W. James Rochow
  • State governance : leadership on climate change
  • by Kirsten H. Engel and Marc L. Miller
  • Agenda for a sustainable America
  • Public access to information, participation, and justice : forward and backward steps toward an informed and engaged citizenry
  • by Carl Bruch, Frances Irwin, and Gary D. Bass
  • National governance : still stumbling toward sustainability
  • by John C. Dernbach
  • by the contributing authors
  • Local governance and sustainability : major progress, significant challenges
  • by Jonathan D. Weiss
Control code
ocn213309569
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxvii, 509 pages
Isbn
9781585761333
Lccn
2010484373
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o213309569
  • (OCoLC)213309569

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