Human Ecology, Human Economy

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Human Ecology, Human Economy: Ideas for an Ecologically Sustainable Future is a 1997 book edited by Mark Diesendorf and Clive Hamilton.[1][2] The authors' intent is to "develop some of the basic ideas, concepts and tools that are needed to create a set of preferred futures for the Earth".[3] According to the editors, the book provides equal measures of human ecology and ecological economics, in order to assist the process of working towards a better future.[4]

Human Ecology, Human Economy has been reviewed in Ecological Economics[2] and The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics.[5]

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  1. ^ Human ecology, human economy: ideas for an ecologically sustainable future
  2. ^ a b Manfred Max-Neef. Book Review: Human ecology, human economy Ecological Economics, Volume 40, Issue 2, February 2002, Pages 313-314.
  3. ^ Mark Diesendorf and Clive Hamilton. Human Ecology, Human Economy Allen & Unwin, 1997, p. xvii.
  4. ^ Human Ecology, Human Economy p. xix.
  5. ^ Human Ecology, Human Economy: Ideas for an Ecologically Sustainable Future The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Volume 43, Number 1, March 1999 , pp. 133-148.