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Robert U. Ayres, Editor
Paul M. Weaver, Assistant Editor

With the editorial support of Gilberto Gallop Walther Manshard, R. Socolow, Mikoto Usui

United Nations University Press

© The United Nations University, 1998

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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Eco-restructuring: implications for sustainable development/
Robert U. Ayres, editor; Paul M. Weaver, assistant editor; with the editorial support of Gilberto Galloping... [et al.].
p. cm.

Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 92-808-0984-9 (pbk.)

1. Sustainable development.
2. Environmental policy. I. Ayres, Robert U. II. Weaver, Paul M. (Paul Michael). 1956
HC79.E5 E217 1998
333.7 - ddc21


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