Economic Growth and Environmental Sustainability: The Prospects for Green Growth

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Index
Page numbers in bold denote tables or figures
a
Aaheim, A. 140
acidification 7,11-13, 17, 21, 70, 143, 299
Adger, N. 116, 125
Adirondack mountains: acidification of lakes 12
Adriaanse, A. 112, 152
Africa:
deforestation 191;
extinction of species 16;
regeneration of degraded land 170
Agarwal, A. 58
Agenda21 (UNCED) 73, 97
agriculture:
beneficial effects of climate change 245, 249;
economic impacts of greenhouse effect 244, 250, 251-2, 281;
environmentally damaging policies 169;
erosion of profitability 24;
and land degradation 16-17, 17, 191;
OEI time trends 37;
‘perennial polyculture’ asalternative 173;
policies for reducing pesticide concentrations 85
aid:
need for increase to developing countries 323, 324
air:
difficulty of valuing as a service 122;
quality 46, 105, 182, 196
air conditioning 244, 247
air pollution 13-14, 44, 46, 48, 96;
achievements in reduction programmes 171, 195;
costs as measured by ISEW 126;
from traffic 6;
improvements in control of 67;
reduction in pollutants apart from carbon dioxide 280;
in Third World countries 13
Aire and Calder valley: project for waste-reduction 171
Alaska:
disappearance of original forests 16
Alcamo, J. 304
Alfsen, K. 129, 300
algal blooms 19
Algeria 20
allergies 6
Amalric, F. 157, 158
Amann, M. 300, 308
Amazon:
effect of climate change on rainforests 245
Anderson, D. 166-7, 178-9, 319
animal life:
destruction by greenhouse effect 244;
see also species extinction
Antarctica:
ozone loss 11;
whaling 38-9
aquatic life:
decline due to acidification 12;
see also fish;
marine phytoplankton
Arrow, K.J. 55
Asia:
deforestation 191;
foreign direct investment 321;
industrialisation 256
asthma 6
Atkins, L.V. 219
Atkinson, G. 68, 127
Atlantic see South Atlantic
Austin, D. 260, 279
Australia: increase in fecal pollution of rivers 191
Autonomous Energy Efficiency Improvement (AEEI) 270-1
Ayres, R. 171

b
Baldwin, R. 158
Ballard, C.L. 224

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