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The great disruption : how the climate crisis will transform the global economy

Author: Paul Gilding
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury, 2012, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A major new analysis and action plan to deal with two linked challenges to human ingenuity and human survival - the crisis of climate change and the world economic crash.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Gilding
ISBN: 9781408822180 1408822180
OCLC Number: 757147809
Description: xiii, 290 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.An Economic and Social Hurricane --
2.The Scream --
We Are Their Children's Children --
3.A Very Big Problem --
4.Beyond the Limits --
The Great Disruption --
5.Addicted to Growth --
6.Global Foreshock --
The Year That Growth Stopped --
7.The Road Ahead --
Our Planetary Sat Nav --
8.Are We Finished? --
9.When the Dam of Denial Breaks --
10.The One-Degree War --
11.How an Austrian Economist Could Save the World --
12.Creative Destruction on Steroids --
Out with the Old, In with the New --
13.Shifting Sands --
From Middle Eastern Oil to Chinese Sun --
14.The Elephant in the Room --
Growth Doesn't Work --
15.The Happiness Economy --
16.Yes, There Is Life After Shopping --
17.No, the Poor Will Not Always Be with Us --
18.Ineffective Inequality --
19.The Future Is Here, It's Just Not Widely Distributed Yet --
20.Guess Who's in Charge?.
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