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Defining Sustainability, Defining the Future
(Released September 2005)

 
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  1. Towards an integrated environmental assessment for wetland and catchment management
    Geographical Journal; 169 (2) 2003, pp.99-116

  2. Science and the St Elias: an evolving framework for sustainability inNorth America's highest mountains
    Geographical Journal; 169 (3) 2003, pp.191-204

  3. Green world, gray heart?: the promise and the reality of landscape architecture in sustaining nature
    Harvard design magazine, no.18, Vol. , No. , Spring-Winter 2003, pp. [30]-36

  4. Can habitat protection lead to improvements in human well-being? Evidence from marine protected areas in the Philippines
    World Development; 33 (2) Feb 2005, pp.199-217

  5. The cultural context of forest degradation in adjacent Purpechan communities, Michoac n, Mexico
    Geographical Journal; 170 (1) Mar 2004, pp.22-38

  6. A land information system for Turkey - a key to the country's sustainable development
    Journal of Arid Environments, vol. 54, no. iii, pp. 513-525, 2003

  7. Green good, better, and best: effective ecological design in cities
    Harvard design magazine, no.18, Vol. , No. , Spring-Winter 2003, pp. 37-40

  8. The social reconstruction of the marine environment. Towards marine spatial planning?
    Town Planning Review; 75 (3) 2004, pp.358-378

  9. Ecological footprints in plural: a meta-analytic comparison of empirical results
    Regional Studies; 38 (7) Oct 2004, pp.747-765

  10. Selling the public on sustainable watershed conservation
    Bulletin of Latin American Research; 23 (3) Jul 2004, pp.303-318

  11. Global-Local Amazon Politics: Conflicting Paradigms in the Rainforest Campaign
    Theory, Culture & Society; 21 (2) Apr 2004, pp.69-89