This book discusses the dominant paradigms and controversies that shaped debate at the time of the Stockholm conference, and in the twenty years between Stockholm and the 1992 Rio Earth Summit. It examines the challenges of international cooperation and institutional reform.

chapter |13 pages

Introduction: From Stockholm To Sustainability?

ByKen Conca, Geoffrey D. Dabelko

part 1|72 pages

The Debate Begins

chapter 1|5 pages

The Limits To Growth

ByDonella H. Meadows, Dennis L. Meadows, Jørgen Randers, William W. Behrens

chapter 2|8 pages

Environment and Development: The Case of The Developing Countries

ByJoão Augusto de Araujo Castro

chapter 3|8 pages

The Tragedy Of The Commons

ByGarrett Hardin

chapter 4|7 pages

Redefining National Security

ByLester R. Brown

chapter 5|15 pages

Beyond The Tragedy Of The Commons

ByXavier Basurto, Elinor Ostrom

chapter 6|8 pages

The 1992 Earth Summit: Reflections on an Ambiguous Event

ByKen Conca, Geoffrey D. Dabelko

chapter 7|5 pages

Fight for the Forest

ByChico Mendes, Tony Gross

chapter 8|6 pages

Two Agendas on Amazon Development

Coordinating Body for the Indigenous Peoples’ Organizations of the Amazon Basin (Coica) ⋆
Edited ByKen Conca, Geoffery D. Dabelko

part 2|42 pages

Ecology and the Structure of the International System

chapter 9|11 pages

Rethinking the Ecology-Sovereignty Debate

ByKen Conca

chapter 10|9 pages

Globalization and the Environment: Lessons From the Americas

Working Group on Development and Environment in the Americas *
Edited ByKen Conca, Geoffery D. Dabelko

chapter 11|6 pages

Nobel Lecture

ByWangari Maathai

chapter 12|7 pages

Climate Justice: a New Social Movement For Atmospheric Rights 1

ByJethro Pettit

part 3|46 pages

Institutions of Global Environmental Governance

chapter 14|7 pages

A Participatory Approach to Strategic Planning

ByRichard E. Bissell

chapter 15|6 pages

Life After Rio

ByMark Halle

chapter 16|10 pages

The Rio+20 Summit and its Follow Up

ByMartin Khor

part 4|58 pages

The Sustainability Debate

chapter 17|11 pages

17 Towards Sustainable Development

World Commission On Environment And Development *
Edited ByKen Conca, Geoffery D. Dabelko

chapter 18|13 pages

18 Sustainable Development: A Critical Review

BySharachchandra M. LéLé

chapter 19|10 pages

19 The New Business Imperative: Valuing Natural Capital

Corporate Eco Forum And The Nature Conservancy *
Edited ByKen Conca, Geoffery D. Dabelko

chapter 20|10 pages

The Problem of Consumption

ByPeter Dauvergne

part 5|76 pages

From Ecological Conflict to Environmental Security?

chapter 23|15 pages

From Conflict to Peacebuilding: The Role of Natural Resources and the Environment

United Nations Environment Programme *
Edited ByKen Conca, Geoffery D. Dabelko

chapter 25|14 pages

Environmental Peacebuilding: The Good Water Neighbors Project

Ecopeace/Friends of the Earth Middle East *
Edited ByKen Conca, Geoffery D. Dabelko

chapter 26|2 pages

The Violence of Development

ByBalakrishnan Rajagopal

part 6|61 pages

Ecological Justice

chapter 28|14 pages

The Relationship Between Climate Change and Human Rights

Office of The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights *
Edited ByKen Conca, Geoffery D. Dabelko

chapter 30|12 pages

Coercing Conservation

ByNancy Lee Peluso

chapter 31|5 pages

The Real Price of Europe Going Green

BySilas Kpanan’Ayoung Siakor

chapter 32|4 pages

REDD: An Introduction

REDD-Monitor *
Edited ByKen Conca, Geoffery D. Dabelko

chapter 33|4 pages

Inequality and Environmental Policy

ByJoseph E. Stiglitz