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  • ConsEnSus: consumption, environment and sustainability 

    Davies, Anna R.; Fahy, Frances; Rau, Henrike; Devaney, Laura; Doyle, Ruth; Heisserer, Barabara; Hynes, Michael; Lavelle, Mary Jo; Pape, Jessica (EPA Ireland, 2015)
    Sustainable consumption is generally conceived as the use of goods and services that respond to basic needs and bring a better quality of life, while minimising the use of natural resources, toxic materials, and emissions ...
  • Introduction: Arguing about the Environment. What Difference Does Culture Make? 

    Rau, Henrike (Peter Lang, 2008)
    In recent years environmental debate has moved from the margins of public and political life to occupy a key position in discussions on the political, social and economic prospects of the human world. Unprecedented media ...
  • The practices of technology: putting society and technology in their place 

    Hynes, Michael (Common Ground Publishing, 2013)
    Technology is all pervasive in modern society transforming people s everyday lives and work environments. Societal change is coinciding with the ever increasing availability of small, light, and affordable tools for ...