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Accounting for ecosystem services as a way to understand the requirements for sustainable development

Mäler, K-G., S. Aniyar and Å. Jansson 2008. Accounting for ecosystem services as a way to understand the requirements for sustainable development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105: 9501-9506.
Keywords: 9a, 9b

Accounting for the value of ecosystem services

Howarth, R.B. and S. Farber. 2002. Accounting for the value of ecosystem services. Ecological Economics 41(3): 421-429. Keywords: 7a, 9b

After the Green Revolution: Sustainable Agriculture for Development.

Conway, G.R. and E.B. Barbier. 1990. After the Green Revolution: Sustainable Agriculture for Development. London: Earthscan. Keywords: 9b

Can forest protection carbon projects improve rural livelihoods? Analysis of the Noel Kempff Mercado Climate Action Project, Bolivia

Asquith, N., M. Vargas-Rios, and J. Smith. 2002. Can forest protection carbon projects improve rural livelihoods? Analysis of the Noel Kempff Mercado Climate Action Project, Bolivia. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 7: 323-337.
Keywords: 4i, 6a, 9b, 10

Capitalism as if the World Matters

Porritt, J. 2007. Capitalism as if the World Matters. London: Earthscan. Keywords: 1a

Common Property Resources: Ecology and Community-Based Sustainable Development

Berkes, F. (ed.). 1989. Common Property Resources: Ecology and Community-Based Sustainable Development. London: Belhaven Press. Keywords: 6e, 9b

Creating a sustainable and desirable New Orleans.

Costanza, R., W.J. Mitsch and J.W. Day, Jr. 2006. Creating a sustainable and desirable New Orleans. Ecological Engineering 26: 317-320. Keywords: 9b, 10

Ecological functions and socio-economic values of critical natural capital as a measure for ecological integrity and environmental health.

de Groot, R.S., J. van der Perk, A. Chiesura and S. Marguliew. 2000. Ecological functions and socio-economic values of critical natural capital as a measure for ecological integrity and environmental health. In Implementing Ecological Integrity: Restoring Regional and Global Environmental and Human Health. NATO-Science Series, IV. Earth and Environmental Sciences, Vol. 1. P. Crabbe, P., A. Holland, L.
Ryszkowski and L. Westra, L. (Eds.), pp. 191-214. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Keywords: 1k, 3b, 9b

Economic reasons for conserving wild nature

Balmford, A., A. Bruner, P. Cooper, R. Costanza, S. Farber, R. Green, M. Jenkins, P. Jefferiss, V. Jessamay, J. Madden, K. Munro, N. Myers, S. Naeem, J. Paavola, M.
Rayment, S. Rosendo, J. Roughgarden, K. Trumper and R.K. Turner. 2002. Economic reasons for conserving wild nature. Science 297: 950-953. Keywords: 9b

Economics and Ecology: New Frontiers and Sustainable Development.

Barbier, E.B. (ed.). 1993. Economics and Ecology: New Frontiers and Sustainable Development. London: Chapman and Hall. Keywords: 9b

Economics, Natural Resource Scarcity and Development: Conventional and Alternative Views

Barbier, E.B. 1989. Economics, Natural Resource Scarcity and Development: Conventional and Alternative Views. London: Earthscan. Keywords: 6d, 9b

Enhancing the multifunctionality of US Agriculture

Jordan, N. and K.D. Warner. 2010. Enhancing the multifunctionality of US Agriculture
BioScience 60(1): 60-66. Keywords: 3c, 9b, 10

Environmental Accounting for Sustainable Development

Ahmad, Y.J., S. El Serafy and E. Lutz (eds.). 1989. Environmental Accounting for Sustainable Development. Washington, DC: The World Bank. Keywords: 9a, 9b

Evaluating projects and assessing sustainable development in imperfect economies.

Arrow, K., P. Dasgupta and, K-G. Mäler. 2003. Evaluating projects and assessing sustainable development in imperfect economies. Environmental and Resource Economics 26(4): 647-685. Keywords: 9b

Expanding the Measure of Wealth: Indicators of Environmentally Sustainable Development.

World Bank. 1997. Expanding the Measure of Wealth: Indicators of Environmentally Sustainable Development. Washington, DC: The World Bank.
Keywords: 9b

From natural resources and environmental accounting to construction of indicators for sustainable development

Alfsen, K.H. and M. Greaker. 2007. From natural resources and environmental accounting to construction of indicators for sustainable development. Ecological Economics 61(4): 600-610. Keywords: 6c, 9a, 9b

Getting Down To Earth: Practical Applications of Ecological Economics

Costanza, R., O. Segura and J. Martinez-Alier (eds.). 1996. Getting Down To Earth: Practical Applications of Ecological Economics. Washington, DC: Island Press.
Keywords: 9b

Integrated assessment of agricultural systems - a component-based framework for the European Union (SEAMLESS).

Van Ittersum, M.K. F. Ewert, T. Heckelei, J. Wery, J. Alkan Olsson, E. Andersen, I. Bezlepkina, F. Brouwer, M. Donatelli, G. Flichman, L. Olsson, A.E. Rizzoli, T. van der Wal, J.E. Wien and J. Wolf. 2008. Integrated assessment of agricultural systems - a component-based framework for the European Union (SEAMLESS). Agricultural Systems 94: 768-783. Keywords: 9b

Natural Resources and Economic Development

Barbier, E.B. 2005. Natural Resources and Economic Development. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Keywords: 1a, 2a, 4o, 9b, 9c

Natural capital and sustainable development.

Costanza, R. and H.E. Daly. 1992. Natural capital and sustainable development. Conservation Biology 6: 37-46. Keywords: 9b

Nature in economics

Dasgupta, P. 2008. Nature in economics. Environmental and Resource Economics 39: 1-7. Keywords: 6e, 9b

Nature in the economy

Dasgupta, P. 2007. Nature in the economy. Journal of Applied Economics 44(3): 475-487. Keywords: 6e, 9b

SEEA-2003: accounting for sustainable development?

Bartelmus, P. 2007. SEEA-2003: accounting for sustainable development? Ecological Economics 61(4): 613-616. Keywords: 6e, 9a, 9b

The Costa Rican experience with market instruments to mitigate climate change and conserve biodiversity

Castro R, F. Tattenbach, L. Gamez and N. Olson. 2000. The Costa Rican experience with market instruments to mitigate climate change and conserve biodiversity. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 61(1):75-92. Keywords: 4x, 8a, 9b, 10

The role of ecosystems for a sustainable development of aquaculture

Folke. C., and N. Kautsky. 1989. The role of ecosystems for a sustainable development of aquaculture. Ambio 18: 234-243. Keywords: 9b

The value of nature-valuation and evaluation in environmental accounting. In Environmental Accounting in Theory and Practice

Bartelmus, P. 1998. The value of nature-valuation and evaluation in environmental accounting. In Environmental Accounting in Theory and Practice. K. Uno and P. Bartelmus (eds.), Kluwer: Dordrecht. Keywords: 9a, 9b

Trading with the Environment: Ecology, Economics, Institutions, and Policy

Andersson, T., C. Folke, and S. Nyström. 1995. Trading with the Environment: Ecology, Economics, Institutions, and Policy. London: Earthscan. Keywords: 8f, 9b,

Values and Rewards: Counting and Capturing Ecosystem Water Services for Sustainable Development

Emerton, L. 2005. Values and Rewards: Counting and Capturing Ecosystem Water Services for Sustainable Development. IUCN Water, Nature and Economics Technical Paper Number 1. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. Keywords: 5c, 9b

Wealth, natural capital, and sustainable development: contrasting

Lange, G-M. 2004. Wealth, natural capital, and sustainable development: contrasting
examples from Botswana and Namibia. Environmental and Resource Economics 1: 1-28.
Keywords: 9b, 10

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