Sustainability through the years

Posted on October 5, 2011


So there I was, trying to figure out how to get Endnote/Word to give me full references sorted by page number of my book (watch this space, book is very nearly done) and I accidentally generated the references sorted by year. And then I spent some time exploring them ordered this way. Here they are:

Hanns Carl von Carlowitz. (1713). Sylvicultura Oeconomics  – Anweisung zur wilden Baum-Zucht. Leipzig: Johann Friedrich Braun.

Lewis, E. P. (1811). Historical inquiries, concerning forests and forest laws: With topographical remarks, upon the ancient and modern state of the New Forest, in the county of Southampton. London: Printed for T. Payne by J. M’Creery.

Cotta, H. (1817). Anweisung zum Waldbau. translated in Forestry Quarterly Volume 1 1902-1903 preface reprinted in Forest History Today Fall 2000: 27-28.

Anonymous. (1853). English forests and forest trees, historical, legendary, and descriptive. London: Ingram, Cooke, and co.

Marsh, G. P. (1864). Man and Nature; or Physical Geography as Modified by Human Action. New York: Charles Scribner.

Abbott, E. A. (1885). Flatland. Boston: Roberts brothers.

Betjeman, J., & Auden, W. H. (1947). Slick but not streamlined: poems & short pieces: Doubleday.

Hubbert, M. K. (1949). Energy from fossil fuels. Science, 109(2823), 103-109.

Leopold, A. (1949). A Sand County Almanac: Oxford University Press.

Carson, R. (1962). Silent Spring. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Johnson, S. P., & Finn, J., C. (1963). Ecological Considerations of a Permanent Lunar Base. American Biology Teacher, 530.

Myers, J. (1963). Introductory Remarks. American Biology Teacher, 409-411.

Boulding, K. (1965). Earth as a Space Ship,  May 10, 1965. Washington State University Committee on Space Sciences.

Fuller, B. (1965). Statement of 1965, in reference to Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth <> (1963) by Buckminster Fuller <>,  as quoted by Vallero,D.A. (2005)  Paradigms Lost: Learning from Environmental Mistakes, Mishaps and Misdeeds  367.

Hutchinson, G. E. (1965). The Ecological Theater and the Evolutionary Play. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press.

White, L. (1967). “The Historical Roots of Our Ecologic Crisis. Science, 155(3767), 1203-1212.

Arnstein, S. R. (1969). A Ladder of Citizen Participation. Journal of the American Planning Association, 35(4), 216-224.

Fuller, R. B. (1969). Operating Manual For Spaceship Earth. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.

Odum, E. P. (1971). Fundamentals of ecology: Saunders.

International Commission on the Development of Education, & Faure, E. (1972). Learning to be: the world of education today and tomorrow: Unesco.

Meadows, D. H., Meadows, D. L., Randers, J., & Behrens, W. W. (1972). The Limits to Growth; a report for the Club of Rome’s project on the Predicament of Mankind. NY: Universe Books.

Daly, H. (1973). Toward a steady-state economy: W. H. Freeman.

Environment, U. N. C. o. t. H. (1973). United Nations Conference on the human environment: report : Stockholm, 5-16 June 1972.

Næss, A. (1973). The Shallow and the Deep, Long Range Ecology Movements. Inquiry (Oslo).

Odum, H. T. (1974). Energy, Ecology, & Economics.

Tuan, Y. (1974). Topophilia: a study of environmental perception, attitudes, and values: Columbia University Press.

Alexander, C., Ishikawa, S., & Silverstein, M. (1977). A pattern language: towns, buildings, construction: Oxford University Press.

Foot, P. (1978). Virtues and vices and other essays in moral philosophy. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Alexander, C. (1979). The timeless way of building: Oxford University Press.

Ingold, T. (1980). Hunters, pastoralists, and ranchers: reindeer economies and their transformations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, United Nations Environment Programme, & World Wildlife Fund. (1980). World Conservation Strategy: Living Resource Conservation for Sustainable Development. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, Gland. .

Hunt, J. D., & Holland, F. M. (1982). The Ruskin polygon: essays on the imagination of John Ruskin: Manchester University Press.

Tufte, E. R. (1983). The visual display of quantitative information. Cheshire, Conn.: Graphics Press.

Hart, R. D. (1984). Agroecosystem determinants. In R. Lowrance, B. R. Stinner & G. J. House (Eds.), Agricultural ecoystems: unified concepts (pp. 105-119). New York: Wiley.

Bailey, R. G. (1985). The factor of scale in ecosystem mapping. Environmental Management, 9, 271-276.

Davell, B., & Sessions, G. (1985). Deep Ecology: Living as if Nature Mattered. Salt Lake City:: Peregrine Smith Books.

Burrough, P. A. (1986). Principles of geographic information systems for land resources assessment. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Hubbel, S. P., & Foster, R. B. (1986). Canopy gaps and the dynamics of a neotropical forest. In M. J. Crawley (Ed.), Plant Ecology (pp. 77-96). Oxford: Blackwell Scientific.

McNamee, P. J., Bunnell, P., & Sonntag, N. C. (1986). Dealing with wicked problems: a case study of models and resource management in southeast Alaska. In J. Verner, M. L. Morrison & C. J. Ralph (Eds.), Wildlife 2000: modelling habitat relationships of terrestrial vertebrates (pp. 395-399). Wisconsin: UWP.

Pickup, G., & Chewings, V. H. (1986). Random field modelling of spatial variations in erosion and deposition in flat alluvial landscapes in arid central Australia. Ecological Modelling, 33, 269-296.

Thomson, J. J., & Parent, W. (1986). Rights, restitution, and risk: essays, in moral theory: Harvard University Press.

Walters, C. (1986). Adaptive Management of Renewable Resources. New York: MacMillan.

Ehrlich, A., & Ehrlich, P. (1987). Earth: Thames Methuen.

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Marten, G. G. (1988). Productivity, stability, sustainability, equitability and autonomy as properties for agroecosystem assessment. Agricultural Systems, 26, 291-316.

O’Neill, R. V. (1988). Hierarchy theory and global change. In T. Rosswall, R. G. Woodmansee & P. G. Risser (Eds.), Scales and Global Change (pp. 29-45). New York: Wiley and Sons.

Baker, W. L. (1989). A review of models of landscape change. Landscape Ecology, 2(2), 111-113.

Barbier, E. B. (1989). The Concept of Sustainable Economic Development. Environmental Conservation, 14(02), 101-110. doi: doi:10.1017/S0376892900011449

Pickett, S. T. A., Kolasa, J., Armesto, J. J., & Collins, S. L. (1989). The ecological concept of disturbance and its expression at various hierarchical levels. Oikos, 54, 129-136.

Wiens, J. A. (1989). Spatial scaling in ecology. Functional Ecology, 3, 385-397.

Fedra, K., & Reitsma, R. F. (1990). Decision Support and Geographical Information Systems. In H. J. Scholten & J. C. H. Stillwell (Eds.), Geographical Information Systems for Urban and Regional Planning (Vol. 17, pp. 177-188). Dordrecht: Kluwer.

Nijkamp, P., van den Bergh, J., & Soeterman, F. (1990). Regional Sustainable Development and Natural Resource Use. Paper presented at the World Bank Annual Conference on Development Economics. , Washington D.C. 153-189

Stafford Smith, D. M., & Pickup, G. (1990). Pattern and production in arid lands. In D. A. Saunders, A. J. M. Hopkins & R. A. How (Eds.), Australian ecosystems: 200 years of utilisation, degradation and reconstruction (Vol. 16, pp. 195-200): Proc. Ecological Society of Australia.

Butler, R. (1991). Designing Organizations, A decision-making perspective. London: Routledge.

Freidel, M. H. (1991). Range condition assessment and the concept of thresholds: a viewpoint. Journal of Range Management, 44, 422-426.

Laycock, W. A. (1991). Stable states and thresholds of range condition on North American rangelands, a viewpoint. Journal of Range Management, 44(5), 427-433.

Sprugel, D. (1991). Disturbance, equilibrium and environmental variability: what is ‘natural’ vegetation in a changing environment. Biological Conservation, 58, 1-18.

Anthony, J. N. J. (1992). Configuring globally and contending locally: Shaping the global network of local bargins by decoding and maping Earth Summit intersectoral issues Prepared for the International Facilitating Committee for the Independent Sectors in the UNCED process Geneva.

Gilpin, M., Gall, G. A. E., & Woodruff, D. S. (1992). Ecological dynamics and agricultural landscapes. Agriculture, Ecosystems and the Environment, 42, 27-52.

Grimm, V., Schmidt, E., & Wissel, C. (1992). On the application of stability concepts in ecology. Ecological Modelling, 63, 143-161.

Millington, A. C. (1992). Changing environments: some remote sensing perspectives on land degradation. Paper presented at the 6th Australasian Remote Sensing Conference, Wellington, N.Z. 2-10

Orr, D. W. (1992). Ecological Literacy: Education and the Transition to a Postmodern World. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Rastetter, E. B., King, A. W., Cosby, B. J., Hornberger, G. M., O’Neill, R. V., & Hobbie, J. E. (1992). Aggregating fine-scale ecological knowledge to model coarser-scale attributes of ecosystems. Ecological Applications, 2(1), 55-70.

United Nations. (1992). Earth Summit: Agenda 21:  The United Nations Programme of Action from Rio “The Rio Declaration on Environment and Development”.  Retrieved from

Baudot, B. (1993). Environmental Security and the Res Publica: An Analysis of Environmentalism and an Alternative for the Future. Presented International Consortium for the Study of Environmental Security, Held January 6-9,  1993, Chantilly, France. Geopolitics of the Environment and the New World Order: Limits, Conflicts, and Insecurity.

Edwards, C. A., Grove, T. L., Harwood, R. R., & Colfer, C. J. P. (1993). The role of agroecology and integrated farming systems in agricultural sustainability. 46, 99-121.

Gardner, H. (1993). Frames of Mind: The theory of multiple intelligences (2nd ed.). NY: Basic Books.

Lee, K. N. (1993). Greed, scale mismatch, and learning. Ecological Applications, 3(4), 560-564.

Lockwood, J. A., & Lockwood, D. R. (1993). Catastrophe theory: a unified paradigm for rangeland ecosystem dynamics. Journal of Range Management, 46(4), 282-288.

Niu, W.-Y., Lu, J. J., & Khan, A. A. (1993). Spatial systems approach to sustainable development: a conceptual framework. Environmental Management, 17(2), 179-186.

Smaling, E. M. A., & Fresco, L. O. (1993). A decision-support model for monitoring nutrient balances under agricultural land-use (Nutmon). Geoderma, 60, 235-256.

Spaling, H., & Smit, B. (1993). Cummulative environmental change: conceptual frameworks, evaluation approaches, and institional perspectives. Environmental Management, 17(5), 587-600.

Dalal-Clayton, D., Bass, S., Sadler, B., Tomson, K., Sandbrook, R., Robins, N., & R., H. (1994). National sustainable development strategies: experience and dilemmas: International Institute for Environment and Development: Environmental Planning Group.

Doak, K. M. (1994). Dreams of Difference:  The Japan Romantic School and the Crisis of Modernity. Berkeley, CA.: University of California Press.

Goodwin, C. (1994). Professional vision. American Anthropologist, 96(3), 606.

Grossman, W. D. (1994). Socio-economic ecological models: criteria for evaluation of state-of-the-art models shown on four case studies. Ecological Modelling, 75/76, 21-36.

Machlis, G. E., Force, J. E., & Dalton, S. E. (1994). Monitoring Social Indicators for Ecosystem Management Technical paper submitted to the Interior Columbia River Basin Project.: University of Idaho.

Naveh, Z., & Lieberman, A. S. (1994). Landscape Ecology: Theory and Application (2nd ed.). New York: Springer-Verlag.

Taylor, D. (1994). Off course: restoring balance between Canadian society and the environment: International Development Research Centre.

Wilson, F. A. (1994). Computer support for strategic organisational decision-making. Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 3(4), 289-298.

Wirth, T. (1994). Sustainable development and national security – statement by Timothy E. Wirth before the National Press Club – Transcript. Paper presented at the US Department of State Dispatch, July 25, 1994

Carpenter, R. A. (1995). Risk Assessment. In F. Vanclay & D. A. Bronstein (Eds.), Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (pp. 194-219). Chichester: John Wiley.

Di Castri, F. (1995). The chair of sustainable development. Nature and Resources, 31(3), 2-7.

Hunter, G. J., & Goodchild, M. F. (1995). The treatment of vector data error in Geographic Information Systems. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 23rd Annual International Conference of the Australasian Urban and Regional Information Systems Assocaiation Incorporated, Melbourne. 356-364

Lovelock, J. (1995). The ages of Gaia: a biography of our living earth: Norton.

Lowes, D., & Walker, D. (1995). Environmental Management: Opportunities and Challenges in the Application of AI. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the Workshop on AI and the Environment: Eigth Australasian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra. 1-11

Mann, S. (1995). The derivation of a Land Health Index using GIS, remotely sensed information and community based monitoring. Paper presented at the AURISA/ 7th Colluquium of the Spatial Information Research Centre, Palmerston North,  NZ. 389-398

Wagner, C. (1995). Decision Support for “Messy” Problems. Information and Management, 28, 393-403.

Daly, H. E. (1996). Beyond Growth: The Economics of Sustainable Development. Boston: Beacon Press.

Freyfogle, E. T. (1996). Justice and the Earth: images for our planetary survival: University of Illinois Press.

Savchenko, V. K. (1996, 7-12 October 1996). Chernobyl Ecological Phenomenon as an international long-term academic problem. Paper presented at the International Conference: Ten Years after the Chernobyl Catastrophe, Minsk, Belarus. 13-24

Dourojeanni, A. (1997). Management procedures for sustainable development (applicable to municipalities, micro-regions and river basins) (pp. 71). Santiago, Chile: UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean.

Jensen, B. B., & Schnack, K. (1997). The Action Competence Approach in Environmental Education. Environmental Education Research, 3(2), 163-179.

United Nations (1997). Educating for a Sustainable Future: A Transdisciplinary Vision for Concerted Action. Paris: UNESCO.

Wijayadasa, K. H. J. (1997). Integrating Environmental Considerations into Economic Decision Making Processes in South Asia: Synthesis Paper: Sri Lanka.

Adam, B. (1998). Timescapes of modernity: the environment and invisible hazards. London: Routledge.

Anderson, R. C. (1998). Mid-course correction: toward a sustainable enterprise :The Interface model. Atlanta: Peregrinzilla Press.

Augenbroe, G., & Pearce, A. R. (1998). Sustainable Construction in the United States of America: a perspective to the year 2010 (pp. 31): College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology.

Meadows, D. (1998). Indicators and information systems for sustainable development: a report to the Balaton Group, September 1998: The Sustainability Institute.

Spangenberg, J. H., & Bonniot, O. (1998). Sustainability Indicators – A Compass on the Road Towards Sustainabilit: Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie (ed.), Wuppertal Paper No. 81.

Jones, P., & Powell, J. (1999). Gary Anderson has been found. Resource Recycling, May 1999, 1-2.

Langhelle, O. (1999). Sustainable Development: Exploring the Ethics of Our Common Future. International Political Science Review/ Revue internationale de science pol, 20(2), 129-149. doi: 10.1177/0192512199202002

National Research Council . Policy Division. Board on Sustainable Development. (1999). Our common journey: a transition toward sustainability: National Academy Press.

Rowledge, L., Barton, R., Brady, K., & Fava, J. (1999). Mapping the journey: case studies in strategy and action toward sustainable development. Sheffield: Greenleaf.

van Mansvelt, J. D., & van der Lubbe, M. J. (1999). Checklist for sustainable landscape management: final report of the EU concerted action AIR3-CT93-1210 : the landscape and nature production capacity of organic/sustainable types of agriculture. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Adam, B. (2000). Time and the environment. In M. Redclift & G. Woodgate (Eds.), The international handbook of environmental sociology (pp. 169-179). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Bergandi, D. (2000). Frank H. George Research Award Highly Commended Paper: Eco-cybernetics: the ecology and cybernetics of missing emergences. Kybernetes, 29(7), 928-942.

Berry, T. (2000). The Great Work. New York: Harmony Books.

Entwistle, A., & Dunstone, N. (2000). Priorities for the conservation of mammalian diversity: has the panda had its day? Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Freire, P., & Freire, A. M. A. (2000). Pedogogy of the Heart New York, NY: Continuum International Publishing.

Lovelock, J. (2000). Gaia: a new look at life on earth. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Macgregor, C. (2000). Applying an Analytical Model for Assessing Community Sustainability: some preliminary results from northern Australian remote towns. Paper presented at the Paper presented to the First National Conference on the Future of Australia’s Country Towns, Bendigo, Victoria.

Meredith, T. C. (2000). Community Participation in Environmental Information Management: Exploring Tools for Developing an Impact Assessment Preparedness Program (Vol. Catalog No. En105-3/81-2004E ): Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency’s Research and Development Program.

Naveh, Z. (2000). What is holistic landscape ecology? A conceptual introduction. Landscape and Urban Planning, 50(1-3), 7-26. doi: 10.1016/s0169-2046(00)00077-3

Wood, M. (2000). Blind memory: visual representations of slavery in England and America, 1780-1865: Manchester University Press.

Bell, M. (2001). Leading for Sustainable Success, from

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Hawkes, J. (2001). The Fourth Pillar of Sustainability: Culture’s essential role in public planning. Melbourne. : Common Ground,  Published by The Humanities,.

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Lyons, M., Smuts, C., & Stephens, A. (2001). Participation, Empowerment and Sustainability: (How) Do the Links Work? [Article]. Urban Studies, 38(8), 1233-1251.

Munasinghe, M., Sunkel, O., & Miguel, C. (2001). The sustainability of long-term growth: socioeconomic and ecological perspectives. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Clark, B., Foster, J. B., & Marsh, G. P. (2002). George Perkins Marsh and the transformation of earth: An introduction to Marsh’s Man and Nature / Excerpts from Man and Nature. Organization & Environment, 15(2), 164.

Crowe, R. (2002). Developing Value The business case for sustainability in emerging markets London: SustainAbility.

Gunderson, L. H., & Holling, C. S. (2002). Panarchy: understanding transformations in human and natural systems: Island Press.

McDonough, W., & Braungart, M. (2002). Cradle to cradle: remaking the way we make things. San Francisco: North Point Press.

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Messerschmitt, D., & Szyperski, C. (2003). Software Ecosystem: Understanding an Indispensable Technology and Industry. Cambridge, MA.: MIT Press.

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McEvoy, T. J. (2004). Positive impact forestry: a sustainable approach to managing woodlands: Island Press.

Naveh, Z. (2004). MULTIFUNCTIONAL, SELF-ORGANIZING BIOSPHERE LANDSCAPES AND THE FUTURE OF OUR TOTAL HUMAN ECOSYSTEM. World Futures, 60(7), 469-502. doi: 10.1080/02604020490518324

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Parker, J., Wade, R., & Atkinson, H. (2004). Citizenship and Community from Local to Global: Implications for Higher Education of a Global Citizenship Approach

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Sterling, S. (2004a). Higher Education, Sustainabiluity, and the Role of Systemic Learning. In P. B. Corcoran & E. J. W. Arjen (Eds.), Higher Education and the Challenge of Sustainability: Problematics, Promise and Practice (pp. 50-70). NY: Kluwer Academic.

Sterling, S. (2004b). An Analysis of the Development of Sustainability Education Internationally: Evolution, Interpretation and Transformative Potential

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Ankler, P. (2005). The Ecological Colonization of Space. Environmental History, 10, 239-268.

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Lovelock, J. (2006). The Revenge of Gaia. London: Allen Lane.

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Runnalls, C. R. (2006). Choreographing community sustainability: The importance of

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