Socioecological Transitions and Global Change

Socioecological Transitions and Global Change

Trajectories of Social Metabolism and Land Use

Advances in Ecological Economics series

Edited by Marina Fischer-Kowalski and Helmut Haberl

This significant new book analyses fundamental changes in society-nature interaction: the socioeconomic use of materials, energy and land. The volume presents a number of case studies addressing transitions from an agrarian to an industrial socioecological regime, analysed within the materials and energy flow accounting (MEFA) framework. It is argued that by concentrating on the biophysical dimensions of change in the course of industrialization, social development issues can be explicitly linked to changes in the natural environment.

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Edited by Marina Fischer-Kowalski and Helmut Haberl

Subjects: environment, ecological economics, environmental sociology

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