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    1. Kline, JD; Moses, A; Alig, RJ
      Integrating urbanization into landscape-level ecological assessments

      ECOSYSTEMS
    2. Kyro, P
      To grow or not to grow? Entrepreneurship and sustainable development

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND WORLD ECOLOGY
    3. Mainwaring, L
      Environmental values and the frame of reference

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    4. Huesemann, MH
      Can pollution problems be effectively solved by environmental science and technology? An analysis of critical limitations

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    5. Baumgartner, S; Dyckhoff, H; Faber, M; Proops, J; Schiller, J
      The concept of joint production and ecological economics

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    6. Nelson, A
      The poverty of money: Marxian insights for ecological economists

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    7. Muradian, R; Martinez-Alier, J
      Trade and the environment: from a 'Southern' perspective

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    8. Martinez-Alier, J
      Mining conflicts, environmental justice, and valuation

      JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
    9. Ayres, RU; van den Bergh, JCJM; Gowdy, JM
      Strong versus weak sustainability: Economics, natural sciences, and "consilience"

      ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
    10. Mulder, P; Van den Bergh, JCJM
      Evolutionary economic theories of sustainable development

      GROWTH AND CHANGE
    11. Hall, C; Lindenberger, D; Kummel, R; Kroeger, T; Eichhorn, W
      The need to reintegrate the natural sciences with economics

      BIOSCIENCE
    12. Muller, FG
      Does the convention on biodiversity safeguard biological diversity?

      ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES
    13. O'Connor, M
      Pathways for environmental evaluation: a walk in the (Hanging) Gardens of Babylon

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    14. Noel, JF; O'Connor, M; Sang, JTK
      The Bouchereau woodland and the transmission of socio-ecological economic value

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    15. De Marchi, B; Funtowicz, SO; Lo Cascio, S; Munda, G
      Combining participative and institutional approaches with multicriteria evaluation. An empirical study for water issues in Troina, Sicily

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    16. Meppem, T
      The discursive community: evolving institutional structures for planning sustainability

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    17. van den Bergh, JCJM; Ferrer-i-Carbonell, A; Munda, G
      Alternative models of individual behaviour and implications for environmental policy

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    18. Sneddon, CS
      'Sustainability' in ecological economics, ecology and livelihoods: a review

      PROGRESS IN HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
    19. Soule, MJ; Shepherd, KD
      An ecological and economic analysis of phosphorus replenishment for VihigaDivision, western Kenya

      AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS
    20. Czech, B
      Economic growth as the limiting factor for wildlife conservation

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    21. Gowdy, JM
      Terms and concepts in ecological economics

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    22. Erickson, JD
      Endangering the economics of extinction

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    23. Isaacs, JC
      The limited potential of ecotourism to contribute to wildlife conservation

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    24. White, B
      A review of the economics of biological natural resources

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
    25. Barrett, GW; Odum, EP
      The twenty-first century: The world at carrying capacity

      BIOSCIENCE
    26. Spash, CL
      The development of environmental thinking in economics

      ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES
    27. Costanza, R; Andrade, F; Antunes, P; van den Belt, M; Boesch, D; Boersma, D; Catarino, F; Hanna, S; Limburg, K; Low, B; Molitor, M; Pereira, JG; Rayner, S; Santos, R; Wilson, J; Young, M
      Ecological economics and sustainable governance of the oceans

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    28. Cantlon, JE; Koenig, HE
      Sustainable ecological economies

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    29. Glasser, H; Craig, PP
      All of Keynes horses ... : the need for end-goal driven assessment of ecosystem services

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    30. Ayres, RU
      The second law, the fourth law, recycling and limits to growth

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    31. Rennings, K; Koschel, H; Brockmann, KL; Kuhn, I
      A regulatory framework for a policy of sustainability: lessons from the neo-liberal school

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    32. Herring, H
      Does energy efficiency save energy? The debate and its consequences

      APPLIED ENERGY
    33. Crooks, S; Turner, RK
      Integrated coastal management: Sustaining estuarine natural resources

      ADVANCES IN ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH, VOL 29
    34. van den Bergh, JCJM
      Materials, capital, direct/indirect substitution, and mass balance production functions

      LAND ECONOMICS
    35. Tognetti, SS
      Science in a double-bind: Gregory Bateson and the origins of post-normal science

      FUTURES
    36. Luks, F
      Post-normal science and the rhetoric of inquiry: deconstructing normal science?

      FUTURES
    37. VANDERHAMSVOORT CPCM; LATACZLOHMANN U
      SUSTAINABILITY - A REVIEW OF THE DEBATE AND AN EXTENSION

      International journal of sustainable development and world ecology
    38. KOENIG HE; CANTLON JE
      QUANTITATIVE INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SYSTEMS MAN AND CYBERNETICS PART C-APPLICATIONS AND REVIEWS
    39. MARTINEZALIER J; MUNDA G; ONEILL J
      WEAK COMPARABILITY OF VALUES AS A FOUNDATION FOR ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS

      Ecological economics
    40. LUKS F
      THE RHETORICS OF ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS

      Ecological economics
    41. NORTON B; COSTANZA R; BISHOP RC
      THE EVOLUTION OF PREFERENCES - WHY SOVEREIGN PREFERENCES MAY NOT LEADTO SUSTAINABLE POLICIES AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT

      Ecological economics
    42. BLAMEY R
      CONTINGENT VALUATION AND THE ACTIVATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL NORMS

      Ecological economics
    43. Faucheux, S; Nicolai, I
      Environmental technological change and governance in sustainable development policy

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    44. Gale, FP
      Theorizing power in ecological economics

      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
    45. Nihoul, JCJ
      Modelling sustainable development as a problem in earth science

      MATHEMATICAL AND COMPUTER MODELLING
    46. SCOTT MJ; BILYARD GR; LINK SO; ULIBARRI CA; WESTERDAHL HE; RICCI PF; SEELY HE
      VALUATION OF ECOLOGICAL RESOURCES AND FUNCTIONS

      Environmental management
    47. CARPENTER SR; BOLGRIEN D; LATHROP RC; STOW CA; REED T; WILSON MA
      ECOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC-ANALYSIS OF LAKE EUTROPHICATION BY NONPOINT POLLUTION

      Australian journal of ecology
    48. VANDENBELT M; DEUTSCH L; JANSSON A
      A CONSENSUS-BASED SIMULATION-MODEL FOR MANAGEMENT IN THE PATAGONIA COASTAL ZONE

      Ecological modelling
    49. HUANG SL
      URBAN ECOSYSTEMS, ENERGETIC HIERARCHIES, AND ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS OF TAIPEI METROPOLIS

      Journal of environmental management
    50. CLEVELAND DA
      BALANCING ON A PLANET - TOWARD AN AGRICULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

      Human ecology
    51. Shepherd, KD; Soule, MJ
      Soil fertility management in west Kenya: dynamic simulation of productivity, profitability and sustainability at different resource endowment levels

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    52. EDWARDS PJ; ABIVARDI C
      THE VALUE OF BIODIVERSITY - WHERE ECOLOGY AND ECONOMY BLEND

      Biological Conservation
    53. MUNDA G
      ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS, ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, AND THE CONCEPT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

      Environmental values
    54. DODDS S
      TOWARDS A SCIENCE OF SUSTAINABILITY - IMPROVING THE WAY ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS UNDERSTANDS HUMAN WELL-BEING

      Ecological economics
    55. HINTERBERGER F; LUKS F; SCHMIDTBLEEK F
      MATERIAL FLOWS VS. NATURAL CAPITAL - WHAT MAKES AN ECONOMY SUSTAINABLE

      Ecological economics
    56. CLEVELAND CJ; RUTH M
      WHEN, WHERE, AND BY HOW MUCH DO BIOPHYSICAL LIMITS CONSTRAIN THE ECONOMIC-PROCESS - A SURVEY OF GEORGESCUROEGEN,NICHOLAS CONTRIBUTION TO ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS

      Ecological economics
    57. STERN DI
      LIMITS TO SUBSTITUTION AND IRREVERSIBILITY IN PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION - A NEOCLASSICAL INTERPRETATION OF ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS

      Ecological economics
    58. COSTANZA V; NEUMAN CE
      MANAGING CATTLE GRAZING UNDER DEGRADED FORESTS - AN OPTIMAL-CONTROL APPROACH

      Ecological economics
    59. JOCHIMSEN M; KNOBLOCH U
      MAKING THE HIDDEN VISIBLE - THE IMPORTANCE OF CARING ACTIVITIES AND THEIR PRINCIPLES FOR ANY ECONOMY

      Ecological economics
    60. CROZIER RH
      PRESERVING THE INFORMATION-CONTENT OF SPECIES - GENETIC DIVERSITY, PHYLOGENY, AND CONSERVATION WORTH

      Annual review of ecology and systematics
    61. GOWDY JM
      THE VALUE OF BIODIVERSITY - MARKETS, SOCIETY, AND ECOSYSTEMS

      Land economics
    62. STERN DI
      THE CAPITAL THEORY APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY - A CRITICAL-APPRAISAL

      Journal of economic issues
    63. SWALLOW SK; TALUKDAR P; WEAR DN
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL SPECIALIZATION IN FOREST ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT UNDER SOLE OWNERSHIP

      American journal of agricultural economics
    64. COSTANZA R; ONEILL RV
      INTRODUCTION - ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS AND SUSTAINABILITY

      Ecological applications
    65. COSTANZA R
      ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS - REINTEGRATING THE STUDY OF HUMANS AND NATURE

      Ecological applications
    66. HANLEY N; KIRKPATRICK H; SIMPSON I; OGLETHORPE D; MACDONALD A
      ECOLOGICAL-ECONOMIC MODELING OF THE CONSERVATION OF THREATENED HABITATS - HEATHER MOORLAND IN THE NORTHERN ISLES OF SCOTLAND

      Biodiversity and conservation
    67. WOLFSON DJ; KOOPMANS CC
      REGULATORY TAXATION OF FOSSIL-FUELS - THEORY AND POLICY

      Ecological economics
    68. DEGRAAF HJ; MUSTERS CJM; TERKEURS WJ
      SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT - LOOKING FOR NEW STRATEGIES

      Ecological economics
    69. JENKINS TN
      DEMOCRATIZING THE GLOBAL ECONOMY BY ECOLOGICALISING ECONOMICS - THE EXAMPLE OF GLOBAL WARMING

      Ecological economics
    70. RUTH M; LINDHOLM J
      DYNAMIC MODELING OF MULTISPECIES FISHERIES FOR CONSENSUS BUILDING ANDMANAGEMENT

      Environmental conservation
    71. TEAGUE WR
      A RESEARCH FRAMEWORK TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE USE OF RANGELAND

      Agriculture, ecosystems & environment
    72. SCHWARTZMAN D
      SOLAR COMMUNISM

      Science & society
    73. MOYLE PB; MOYLE PR
      ENDANGERED FISHES AND ECONOMICS - INTERGENERATIONAL OBLIGATIONS

      Environmental biology of fishes
    74. ULHOI JP
      CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL AND RESOURCE-MANAGEMENT - IN SEARCH OF A NEW MANAGERIAL PARADIGM

      European journal of operational research
    75. KANGAS P; SHAVE M; SHAVE P
      ECONOMICS OF AN ECOTOURISM OPERATION IN BELIZE

      Environmental management
    76. XU F; PRATO T; MA JC
      A FARM-LEVEL CASE-STUDY OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION

      Journal of soil and water conservation
    77. SAHU NC; NAYAK B
      NICHE DIVERSIFICATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS

      Ecological economics
    78. FUNTOWICZ SO; RAVETZ JR
      THE WORTH OF A SONGBIRD - ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS AS A POST-NORMAL SCIENCE

      Ecological economics
    79. SODERBAUM P
      ACTORS, IDEOLOGY, MARKETS - NEOCLASSICAL AND INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON ENVIRONMENTAL-POLICY

      Ecological economics
    80. SUNDBERG U; LINDEGREN J; ODUM HT; DOHERTY S
      FOREST EMERGY BASIS FOR SWEDISH POWER IN THE 17TH-CENTURY

      Scandinavian journal of forest research
    81. HAMPICKE U
      ETHICS AND ECONOMICS OF CONSERVATION

      Biological Conservation
    82. MACRAE RJ; HENNING J; HILL SB
      STRATEGIES TO OVERCOME BARRIERS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE IN CANADA - THE ROLE OF AGRIBUSINESS

      Journal of agricultural & environmental ethics
    83. MITCHELL C; CLEVELAND CJ
      RESOURCE SCARCITY, ENERGY USE AND ENVIRONMENTAL-IMPACT - A CASE-STUDYOF THE NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS, USA, FISHERIES

      Environmental management


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