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Abstract Discovering a means to reconcile ecological integrity and resource use is an enduring theme in human societies and the central question of sustainable development. This paper examines the philosophical assumptions, the general approaches and the substantive challenges associated with...
Abstract This paper summarises contributions made by the ELOISE cluster of research projects to our understanding of European coastal habitat dynamics. ‘Habitat’ is used as the key concept defining Europe's coastal ecosystems following the European Community, which uses ‘habitat’ as formal...
Abstract Discussions about sustainability are often restricted to statements about energy. However, when the notion was first used, it had a broader meaning. It argued that every generation should strive for economic progress, yet this should affect all generations in a positive way. This...
Abstract This paper aims to explore the possible contribution of evolutionary economics to environmental policy-making, in particular with respect to innovations in energy technology. Evolutionary economics offers insights into the mechanisms that underlie innovations, structural changes and...
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