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Abstract A renewed nuclear energy programme has been suggested as a method of the UK cutting its carbon emissions. It is a costly option and neither needed nor wise, entailing environmental and security risks which are entirely avoidable. Climate change should be addressed by adopting a global...
Abstract It seems certain that achieving the scale of change in the production of the built environment necessary to save the world from the threat of rapid global warming, and consequent climate shocks, will require profound institutional change over a range of policy domains. Such change must...
Abstract The paper provides preliminary empirical evidence on delinking trends concerning waste indicators in Europe. First, methodological issues regarding the analysis of delinking are discussed, and the related Environmental Kuznets Curves literature is critically examined. Then,...
Abstract The main tenet of reflexive law theory is that, to solve environmental problems, procedural regulations may be more effective than detailed and substantive prescriptions for action. This paper explores the viability of this tenet by analysing two experiments in urban environmental and...
Abstract As multinational food producers and large retailers are increasingly adopting programmes for safe and sustainable agriculture, they could play a role as ‘agents of change’ in the transition process towards socially and environmentally responsible production methods. This article argues...
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