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Sustainability Theory BILD / SARC331

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Maibritt Pedersen Zari

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Transcript of Sustainability Theory BILD / SARC331

Naess, Seed, Macy, McHarg, Barry
A brief history of the relationship between humans and the living planet
Sustainability Theory - BILD 331
Technocratic
Economic
Political
Biophysical
Moral
Bureaucratic
1800
1900
2000
Enlightenment
Techno-utopist
Libertarian Transhumanist
Global Warming Denialist
Free Market Ecologist
Malthusian
Neo Malthusian
Stationary State Economics
Welfare Economics
Cradle to Cradle
Extended Producer Responsibility
Bio Economist
New Urbanism
Mechanist
Conservation
Regulation
Investment
Social Justice
1800s
1960s
1990s
2000s
Ecology
Evolutionist
Cybernetics
Systems Theory
Permaculture
Gaia Theory
Bio-inspiration
Biophilia
Regeneration
Industrial Ecology
Efficiency
Romantisism
Conservation
Eco-socialist
Luddite
Deconstructionist
Eco-Marxist
Territorialist
Eco-Anarchist
Anarchoprimitivism
Deep Ecology
Eco Feminist
BioRegionist
Environmental Justice
Transpersonal Ecologist
Anti Developmentalist
Transition Towns
Millennialist
Eco-Fascism
New Age
Vernacular
New Millennialist / Apocolyse
Regulation
Sustainable Development
Positivist
Alternative Techno Ecologist
Ecological Footprint
Sustainability Assessment
Limits to Growth, Meadows, Ehrlich
Radius of Service
Ecophenomenologist
Life cycle Assessment
http://issuu.com/archis/docs/thecomplexhistoryofsustainability
New Urbanism’s comparison of suburban sprawl and TND (Traditional Neighbourhood Development) by Duany/Plater-Zyberk, 1995
J Jacobs, C Alexander
Van Jones
Thomas Lindhqvist
Bateson, Mead, Alexander
Mollison
Lovelock ,Margulis
Benyus, Baumeister
Kellert
Reed
Darwin, Haeckel
Hopkins
http://www.transitiontowns.org/
Van Neumann, Wiener
Einstein, Odum
Banksy, Regent’s Canal, London
McDonough, Braungart
Brundtland commission 1983
Kibert
Bookchin, Ellul
1 Technocratic
2 Economic
3 Biophysical
4 Political
5 Moral
6 Bureaucratic

Haytham
Voltaire
Voltaire
Fuller, Le Corbusier
Fuller, Dymaxian House 1946
Lomborg
Kapp, Georgescu-Roegen
Rees, Wackernagel
Pigou
Bacon, Descartes, Gallilei
Leibniz, Newton
Perkins Marsh
Bellamy Foster, Burkett
Derrida
d’Eaubonne
Berg, Dasman
Magnaghi
Jacobs, Cutler, Murcutt
Kohák
Carson
Muir, Roosevelt
Poststructuralism
Deleuze, Guattari
Anti-nature Ecologism
Escobar, Zizek, Morton
Vandana Shiva
Satish Kumar
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