SERIES EDITOR: JEROEN C.J.M. VAN DEN BERGH
Carbon Sinks and Climate Change
Series Editor: Jeroen C.J.M. van den Bergh, ICREA Professor, Universität Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain and Professor of Environmental and Resource Economics, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Founding Editor: Robert Costanza, Gund Professor of Ecological Economics and Director, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, University of Vermont, USA
This important series makes a significant contribution to the development of the principles and practices of ecological economics, a field which has expanded dramatically in recent years. The series provides an invaluable forum for the publication of high quality work and shows how ecological economic analysis can make a contribution to understanding and resolving important problems.
The main emphasis of the series is on the development and application of new original ideas in ecological economics. International in its approach, it includes some of the best theoretical and empirical work in the field with contributions to fundamental principles, rigorous evaluations of existing concepts, historical surveys and future visions. It seeks to address some of the most important theoretical questions and gives policy solutions for the ecological problems confronting the global village as we move into the twenty-first century. Titles in the series include:
Joint Production and Responsibility in Ecological Economics
On the Foundations of Environmental Policy
Stefan Baumgärtner, Malte Faber and Johannes Schiller
Frontiers in Ecological Economic Theory and Application Edited by Jon D. Erickson and John M. Gowdy
Socioecological Transitions and Global Change Trajectories of Social Metabolism and Land Use Edited by Marina Fischer-Kowalski and Helmut Haberl
Conflict, Cooperation and Institutions in International Water Management An Economic Analysis Ines Dombrowsky
Ecological Economics and Sustainable Development Selected Essays of Herman Daly Herman E. Daly
Sustainable Welfare in the Asia-Pacific Studies Using the Genuine Progress Indicator Edited by Philip Lawn and Matthew Clarke
Managing without Growth Slower by Design, Not Disaster Peter A. Victor
Carbon Sinks and Climate Change Forests in the Fight Against Global Warming Colin A.G. Hunt
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