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Editors: Alf Hornborg (Lund University, Lund, Sweden) Andrew K. Jorgenson ( Sociology Department, University of Utah, Utah)
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This new book shows how globalization and international trade create environmental injustices between different parts of the world. Richer nations are able to shift their environmental loads onto poorer areas of the world-system, where labor and natural resources are cheaper and environmental legislation less of an obstacle. The chapters discuss recent approaches to ecological unequal exchange and environmental load displacement that use biophysical metrics rather than money to measure the uneven flows and the environmental impacts of international trade. The approaches discussed include social metabolism and material flow analysis; energy analysis; world-system and social network analysis; ecological footprint analysis; life cycle analysis; and the use of a "green" index of human development.



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Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-xi

Introduction: Global Trade and Environmental Justice
(Alf Hornborg, Human Ecology Division, Lund University, Sweden)

Chapter 1: Social Metabolism and Ecological Distribution Conflicts, pp. 1-17
(Joan Martinez-Alier, ICTA, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain)

Chapter 2: Exploring Ecologically Unequal Exchange Using Land and Labor Appropriation: Trade in the Nicobar Islands, 1880 – 2000, pp. 19-48
(Simron Jit Singh and R. Venkat Ramanujam, Institute for Social Ecology, Klagenfurt University, Austria)

Chapter 3: Emergy and Trade: Exploring a Measure of Equitable Exchange, pp. 49-62
(Torbjörn Rydberg, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden)

Chapter 4: International Trade in Fuel Commodities: A Network Approach, pp. 63-88
(Carl Nordlund, Human Ecology Division, Lund University, Sweden)

Chapter 5: The Sociology of Unequal Ecological Exchange and Environmental Degradation: A Cross-National Study of Deforestation in Less-Developed Countries, pp. 89-112
(Andrew K. Jorgenson, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, North Carolina State University, USA)

Chapter 6: International Trade in a Full and Unequal World, pp. 113-125
(Jan Otto Andersson, Åbo Akademi University, Finland)

Chapter 7: Feeding the Insatiable Giant: Envisaging the Effects of China on Latin American Development, pp. 127-145
(Roldan Muradian, Development Research Institute (IVO), Tilburg University, The Netherlands)

Chapter 8: Human Ecological Footprints on Forests at Multiple Spatial Scales: Towards Learning for Sustainability and Integrated Landscape Management using Europe as a Laboratory, pp. 147-173
(Per Angelstam, School for Forest Engineers, Faculty of Forest Sciences, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Skinnskatteberg, Sweden, Marine Elbakidze, Department of Geography, Ivan Franko University, Lviv, Ukraine)

Chapter 9: Visualizing Environmental Support Hidden in Food Trade and Food Consumption in Sweden: Comparing Agricultural Land Use, Ecological Footprints, and Emergy Footprints , pp. 175-192
(Susanne Johansson, Centre for Sustainable Agriculture, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden)

Chapter 10: Life Cycle Thinking, Product Standards, and Trade: Exploring the Issues, pp. 193-217
(Carl Dalhammar and Chris van Rossem, International Institute of Industrial Environmental Economics, Lund University, Sweden)

Chapter 11: Greening the Human Development Index, pp. 219-234
(Kenneth Hermele, Human Ecology Division, Lund University, Sweden)

Index pp. 235-254

   Series:
      Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2013- January
   Pages: 265, 6 x 9
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-426-6
   Status: AV
  
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