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by Dennis L. Meadows,Jorgen Randers,Jan Tinbergen,Donella H. Meadows

eBook Beyond the Limits: Global Collapse or a Sustainable Future ePub
Author: Dennis L. Meadows,Jorgen Randers,Jan Tinbergen,Donella H. Meadows
Language: English
ISBN: 185383131X
ISBN13: 978-1853831317
Publisher: Earthscan Ltd (April 30, 1992)
Pages: 320
Category: Economics
Subcategory: Perfomance
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 853
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ePub file: 1454 kb
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Meadows, Donella . Randers, Jorgen; Meadows, Dennis L. (2004). The Limits to Growth: The 30-Year Update. White River Junction VT: Chelsea Green Publishing Co. ISBN 1931498512. Retrieved 27 November 2017. Randers, Jørgen (2012). 2052: A Global Forecast for the Next Forty Years. ISBN 978-1-60358-467-8. Retrieved 29 March 2019.

Jorgen Randers, Donella H. Meadows, Dennis L. Meadows. Daisy Meadows Paperback Children's & Young Adults' Books.

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Beyond the limits: confronting global collapse, envisioning a sustainable future. A sequel to the Club of Rome's Limits to Growth (1972.

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oceedings{Meadows1992BeyondTL, title {Beyond the limits : confronting global collapse, envisioning a sustainable future, Donella H. Meadows, J{o}rgen Randers. author {Donella H. Meadows and Dennis l. Meadows and J{o}rgen Randers}, year {1992} }. Donella H. Meadows, Jørgen Randers. The authors of the 1972 book entitled The Limits of Growth published this 1992 sequel which shows that many resources and pollution flows of the computer simulation have surpassed their sustainable limits. The current way of carrying out life and business activities is indeed unsustainable.

Beyond the Limits: Global Collapse Or a Sustainable Future Donella H. Meadows,Dennis L. Meadows,Jørgen .

Donella H. Meadows (Author), Dennis L. Meadows (Author), Jorgen Randers (Author), Jan Tinbergen (Foreword) & 1. Meadows (Author), Jorgen Randers (Author), Jan Tinbergen (Foreword) & 1 more. To make the transition, the authors argue that humanity will have to balance long and short term goals with much greater care, enhancing equity and the quality of life.

Twenty years after their influential book, The Limits to Growth, was published to worldwide acclaim, the authors . This is well written and informative book

Twenty years after their influential book, The Limits to Growth, was published to worldwide acclaim, the authors revise several scenarios of growth, concluding that. This is well written and informative book. One of the best things about it - is that the authors make a concerted effort to make their views and information understandable to the average person. I am not an economist, and not much of an intellectual at all but this book grabbed me, like a steven king novel, and I stayed up all night reading. Pretty amazing for a nonfiction book about economics!

They use World3, their system dynamics computer model, as a unique tool to see far into the next century. And by varying the basic global policy assumptions that go into the model, they are able to show a range of outcomes, from collapse to sustainability. Beyond the Limits comes to the following key conclusions

"Beyond the Limits" presents a warning and a choice: a rapid and uncontrolled decline in food production, industrial capacity, population and life expectancy, or a sustainable future. By using their system dynamics computer model as a unique tool to project the future, and by varying the basic policy assumptions, the authors are able to show a range of possible outcomes. Among them, they show that a sustainable society is technically and economically feasible, but only if growth in material consumption and population are eased down and there is a rapid and drastic increase in the efficiency of our use of materials and energy. To make the transition, the authors argue that humanity will have to balance long and short term goals with much greater care, enhancing equity and the quality of life.
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