[automatically translated] The science of ecology transition from a global and local movement through the recruitment of new paradigms. Sustainable development reread through new social and political relations generated by a company that is confronted with environmental issues, from climate change to lifestyles. A new model of society that confronts the environmental complexity and the extent of development, the use of natural capital and the increase in world population. .
|Number of pages||94|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|