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Interdisciplinary Environmental Review

1999 Vol. 1 No. 2


PagesTitle and authors
1-16Implementing Local Agenda 21 in Europe: a case study of Boras, Sweden
Cheryl Rodgers
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053840

17-26Sustainable development and economic competition
David Parsons
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053841

27-37Social aspects of sustainability: Kitezh case study
Maria Tysiachniouk, Svetlana Pchelkina
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053842

38-58Water management policy for sustainable development
Fouzia Siddiq, Mitali De, Keith W. Hipel
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053843

59-66Building sustainable communities in Russia: Nevo Ecoville case study
Maria Tysiachniouk, Svetlana Pchelkina, Antonina Kuliasova
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053844

67-82An organisational approach to industrial ecology using the soft systems methodology
Lars Brede Johansen, Annik Magerholm Fet
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053845

83-106Corporate legitimacy and environmental reporting: identifying the audiences and choosing disclosure approaches (work in progress)
Gary O'Donovan
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053846

107-128Florida sugar policy and the economics of Everglades restoration
Ingrid Bartsch, John R. Swinton
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053847

129-143A case study of bioengineering in America: profits, risks and standards of value in the commercialization of Monsanto Company's newleaf potato
Bridget Lyons, Teresa Ralabate, Nadhim Frangul
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053848

144-161Environmental economics and cost-benefit analysis: the choice of an appropriate discount rate
Anthony B. Lumby, Adrian D. Saville
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053849

162-176Statutory nuisance law in England and Wales
Rosalind Malcolm, Leslie William Blake
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053850

177-182Environmental literacy: the ultimate goal for environmental education
Sabiha S. Daudi
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053851

183-191Techniques utilised to incorporate environmentally focused service learning projects into courses in biology and economics
Bridget Lyons, Jennifer Mattei, Phyllis Machledt
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053852

192-201The benefits of using an integrated approach to study environmental issues: lessons from Madeline Island, Wisconsin
Sonya Newenhouse, Joan Schmit
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053853

202-214Greening of new religions in Russia: Tibercule case study
Maria Tysiachniouk, Antonina Kuliasova, Ivan Kuliasov
DOI: 10.1504/IER.1999.053854