Sustainability: Additional Resources
Sustainability: Additional Resources

Lesson 1

The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division. (n.d.). Retrieved from:

Lesson 2-3

Living Beyond Our Means: Natural Assets and Human Well-being (Statement of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Board). (2003). Retrieved from:

Ecosystem Management. (n.d.). United Nations Environment Programme  Retrieved from:

The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (2003). Slide show retrieved from:

 Water Scarcity: Real and Virtual Implications. (2007, May 23). Globalization101. Retrieved from:

Ewing B., S. Goldfinger, A. Oursler, A. Reed, D. Moore, and M. Wackernagel. (2009). The Ecological Footprint Atlas 2009. Oakland: Global Footprint Network.

Lesson 4

Climate Change, Emission Standards are Air Quality, and The Kyoto Protocols. Energy in Depth. (n.d.). Globalization101. Retrieved from:

Copenhagen Climate Change Conference: Negative Reviews for a Weak Post-2012 Agreement. (2009, December 22). Globalization101. Retrieved from:

Global Warming. (n.d.). Globalization101. Retrieved from:

Chap 13: Climate Change in: Ecosystems and Human Well-being: Policy Responses, a synthesis report of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. Retrieved from:

Lesson 5

Energy in Depth. (n.d.). Globalization101. Retrieved from:

 Lesson 6

Rio 20+, a Failed Effort to Build a New Worldwide Sustainability Agreement (2012, June 29). Globalization101. Retrieved from: