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Distribution, sustainability and environmental policy

In: Handbook of Sustainable Development

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  • Geoffrey Heal
  • Bengt Kriström

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This timely and important Handbook takes stock of progress made in our understanding of what sustainable development actually is and how it can be measured and achieved.

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  • Geoffrey Heal & Bengt Kriström, 2014. "Distribution, sustainability and environmental policy," Chapters,in: Handbook of Sustainable Development, chapter 11, pages 175-187 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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