Crisis, Innovation and Sustainable Development: The Ecological Opportunity
Blandine Laperche, Nadine Levratto, Dimitri Uzunidis
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
'This book talks about a genuine greening of the economy: from the most theoretical aspects, e.g. the genealogy of ecological economics, to the most practical. The two most prominent conclusions are, for me: this greening cannot be achieved by compani
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PART I Strengths of change for a green economy
opportunities and challenges
2 The emergence of ecological opportunities and firms behaviour
how to foster behavioural change
myth or reality?
PART II Theoretical origins and political aspects of the ecological opportunity
5 Regreening the Earth while making our economies more peaceful and fair
8 Political economy of innovation and sustainable development
9 Capital accumulation crisis and return to nature?
PART III Ecological opportunity in a changing world
10 Towards a social and environmental economy
11 Formation and deformation of the environmental Kuznets curve for CO2 emissions
foundations opportunities and constraints
13 Global governance resources and sustainable economic development A critical approach to the international economy
some proposals from the Stiglitz Report
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