Sustainability	Science	for	Watershed	Landscapes	(Changing	Land	Use	in	the	Golden	Triangle:	Where	the	Rubber	Meets	the	Road)
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Sustainability Science for Watershed Landscapes (Changing Land Use in the Golden Triangle: Where the Rubber Meets the Road)

by Maite Guardiola-Claramonte ; Jefferson M Fox ; Thomas W Giambelluca ; Peter A Troch

"Sustainability science addresses the central challenge facing global society of how to reduce poverty and meet demands of a large human population desiring a good life while simultaneously maintaining the environment that provides the life support system on which long-term prosperity depends. This book provides evidence and insight into key elements of what is required to achieve sustainability by framing important policy questions and illustrating the consequences of policy alternatives in systems with complex interactions." - Stephen Polasky, University of Minnesota
          
"Sustainability Science can be both fundamental and practical, both deep and interdisciplinary. This application of Sustainability Science to Pacific watersheds illustrates its promise." - Peter Vitousek, Stanford University

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  • Publisher : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
  • Product Code : 9789814279956C10

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Maite Guardiola-Claramonte ; Jefferson M Fox ; Thomas W Giambelluca ; Peter A Troch

Maite Guardiola-Claramonte is Graduate Research Assistant at the Department of Hydrology and Water Resources, University of Arizona. ; Jefferson M. Fox is Senior Fellow of Research Programme, East-West Center. ; Thomas W. Giambelluca is Professor, Department of Geography, University of Hawai'i at Manoa. ; Peter A. Troch is Professor at the Department of Hydrology and Water Resources, University of Arizona.