Books

Book Resources

Ecological Economics Resources.

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Sustainability and LawEdited by Volker Mauerhofer, Daniela Rupo, Lara Tarquinio (2020). Sustainability and Law: General and Specific Aspects, Springer International Publishing


Sustainable Wellbeing FuturesCostanza, R., J. D. Erickson, J. Farley and I. Kubiszewski, Eds. (2020). Sustainable wellbeing futures: a research and action agenda for ecological economics, Edward Elgar.


Ecological Economic and Socio Ecological Strategies for Forest ConservationFuders, F. and P. J. Donoso (2020). “Ecological economic and socio-ecological strategies for forest conservation a transdisciplinary approach focused on Chile and Brazil.” (Fuders was a student of Manfred Max-Neef. Herman Daly wrote the foreword).


Floating Coast: An Environmental History of the Bering StraitNominated for the Eric Zencey Prize in Ecological Economics:
Demuth, B. (2020). Floating Coast: An Environmental History of the Bering Strait [S.l.], W W NORTON.


Ecological Footprint: Managing Our Biocapacity BudgetWackernagel, M., B. Beyers and K. Rout (2019). Ecological Footprint: Managing Our Biocapacity Budget. Gabriola Island, BC, New Society Publishers.


A Finer Future : Creating an Economy in Service to LifeLovins, L. H., S. Wallis, A. Wijkman and J. Fullerton (2018).  A Finer Future: Creating an Economy in Service to Life. Gabriola Island, BC, New Society Press.


Best of The Daly News: Selected Essays from the Leading Blog in Steady State Economics, 2010-2018Czech, B. (2020). Best of The Daly News: Selected Essays from the Leading Blog in Steady State Economics, 2010-2018. Arlington, VA, Steady State Press.


Local Activism for Global Climate JusticePerkins, P. E., Ed. (2020). Local Activism for Global Climate Justice
The Great Lakes Watershed. New York, Routledge.


Handbook of Ecological EconomicsEdited by Joan Martínez-Alier and Roldan Muradian (2015). Handbook of Ecological Economics. Edward Elgar Publishing


Degrowth Forthcoming BooksDegrowth Books: Coming Soon


Towards a Political Economy of DegrowthEdited by Ekaterina Chertkovskaya, Alexander Paulsson, and Stefania Barca. Towards a Political Economy of Degrowth. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers


Degrowth in Movement(s): Exploring pathways for transformationNina Treu, Matthias Schmelzer (2020). Degrowth in Movement(s): Exploring pathways for transformation. John Hunt Publishing


Exploring Degrowth A Critical GuideVincent Liegey, Anitra Nelson (2020). Exploring Degrowth
A Critical Guide. Pluto Press


Less is More: How Degrowth Will Save the WorldJason Hickel (2020). Less is More: How Degrowth Will Save the World. Penguin


The Case for DegrowthGiorgis Kallis, Susan Paulson, Giacomo D’Alisa, Federico Demaria (2020). The Case for Degrowth. Willey


Building a Green Economy: Perspectives from Ecological Economics

Edited by Robert B. Richardson (2013). Building a Green Economy: Perspectives from Ecological Economics. Michigan State University Press


Creating Sustainability Within Our Midst PaperbackEdited by Robert B. Richardson (2008). Creating Sustainability Within our Midst. Pace University Press


Frontiers in Ecological Economic Theory and Application (Advances in Ecological Economics)Edited by John D. Erickson and John M. Gowdy (2007). Frontiers in Ecological Economic Theory and Application (Advances in Ecological Economics). Edward Elgar Publisher; 1st Edition

 


Traces of (Un-) SustainabilityPeter Graham (2020). ​Traces of (Un-) Sustainability: Towards a materially engaged ecology of mind. Peter Lang Publishing


From Resource Scarcity to Ecological SecurityEdited by Dennis Pirages and Ken Cousins (2005). From Resource Scarcity to Ecological Security: Exploring New Limits to Growth. The MIT Press


Ecological-Economic Modelling for Biodiversity ConservationMartin Drechsler (2020). Ecological-Economic Modelling for Biodiversity Conservation. Cambridge Core


Beyond GDPHeun, Matthew Kuperus, Carbajales-Dale, Michael, Haney, Becky Roselius (2015). Beyond GDP, National Accounting in the Age of Resource Depletion. Springer