Economics and environmental change: the challenges we face
In this innovative book, Clement Tisdell adopts a holistic approach, combining economic, social, biophysical and historical considerations to analyse the economic origins of major contemporary environmental problems, especially those associated with climate change. The ability of humankind to respond effectively to these problems is assessed in a unique and lucid fashion. The depth and nature of social embedding is identified as the major (but not the only) barrier to dealing with human-induced environmental change
1100 Agricultural and Biological Sciences, 1400 Business, Management and Accounting, 2000 Economics, Econometrics and Finance, 2300 Environmental Science
Publisher: 'Edward Elgar Publishing'
DOI identifier: 10.4337/9781782549635
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