Earth summit : conversations with architects of an ecologically sustainable future / by Steve Lerner.

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Main Author: Lerner, Steve
Format: Book
Published: Bolinas, Calif. : Common Knowledge Press, ©1991.
Table of Contents:
  • The meshing of the world's economy and the earth's ecology / James MacNeill
  • The case for reinventing technology to promote sustainable development / Jessica Tuchman Mathews
  • Environmental economics dictate limits to growth / Herman Daly
  • The promise of harnessing market forces to protect the environment / Fred Krupp
  • Indigenous tree planting campaign takes root in Kenya / Gilbert Arum
  • Building sustainable municipalities in Norway and Czechoslovakia / Gunnar Album
  • Fuel efficient cook stoves for Zimbabwe / Sam Moyo
  • A sustainable development project rises in a poor district in Montevideo / Alberto Villarreal
  • Protecting the wilderness of western Canada / Mark Wareing
  • Political organizing promotes sustainable development in the Philippines / Maximo T. Kalaw Jr
  • Putting pressure on the World Bank to make its loans promote sustainable development / Bruce Rich
  • The campaign to reform the multilateral development banks / Brent Blackwelder
  • Tax pollution, not payrolls / Rafe Pomerance
  • The art of lobbying international environmental negotiations / Frances Spivy-Weber.
  • (cont.) Organizing an Asian regional coalition to promote sustainable development / Antonio B. Quizon
  • Greenpeace pushes for a visionary response to global environmental problems / Roger Wilson
  • Looking for an environmentally friendly model of development for Chile / Marisol Tovarias
  • On global environmental issues, the people are leading and the leaders are following / Janet Brown
  • The history of the Brundtland Commission and the origins of UNCED / Warren H. Lindner.