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A Guide to Sustainable Living
Last Updated: Jan 4, 2017 URL: http://libguides.brenau.edu/sustainability Print Guide RSS Updates

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Two billion cars

"Transportation experts Daniel Sperling and Deborah Gordon provide a concise history of America's love affair with cars and an overview of the global oil and auto industries... Sperling and Gordon expose the roots of the problem-- the resistant auto-industry, dysfunctional oil markets, short-sighted government policies, and unmotivated consumers. They zero in on reforming our gas-guzzling culture, expanding the search for low-carbon fuels, environment-friendly innovations in transportation planning, and more. Promising advances in both transportation technology and fuel efficiency together with shifts in travel behavior, they suggest, offer us a realistic way out of our predicament." To read this and other e-books, log on to eBooks on EBSCOhost.

 

Sustainability Research Guide Overview

This research guide is a tool to help us stay abreast of the developing world of sustainability.

It will address the "three legged stool" of sustainability - social sustainability, economic sustainability, and of course, environmental sustainability. If you need further information, feel free to ask us, using the contacts to the right.

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