Based on a review by Éric Vidalenc This is a book which makes a significant contribution to the definition of ecological transition and the details of its implementation. The authors prefer to speak of social-ecological transition, arguing that ‘social-ecological transition aims to respond to ecological change by social progress.’ Most ecological thinking views the human community as a single whole, without troubling to specify differences in income, culture, lifestyle and other elements that are likely to bring some considerable qualification ...
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