Month: October 2020

Social Ecology and Organic Environmental Design

(Original publication in Rethinking the Built Environment: Proceedings of the Catalyst ’95 Conference, 13-16 July, 1995, ed. By Dr. Janis Birkeland, Centre for Environmental Philosophy, Planning and Design, University of Canberra, PO Box 1, Belconnen. Glenn A. Albrecht, The Department of Geography, The University of Newcastle, Callaghan NSW 2308. Introduction One of the major intellectual

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Ecosystem Health and Insurance (2002)

Taking LIFE Insurance Seriously:A revolutionary role for the global insuranceindustry in achieving sustainability Albrecht G, Rapport DJ. 2002. Taking LIFE insurance seriously: a revolutionary role for the global insurance industry in achieving sustainability. In Healthy Ecosystems Healthy People [conference], Washington, DC. International Society for Ecosystem Health in association with the Center for Applied Biodiversity Science

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Beware the Oikos

Beware the Oikos “Prior to the development of the formal concept of rights in the seventeenth century, ancient Greek society provided a model of how rules of entitlement and ownership were regulated within the context of the household and the family. In Ancient Greece, property ownership was subject to a set of rules that clearly

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