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Climate change Portraits: Alan Durning

11-24-2011 11:33 BJT

 Durning is author or co-author of more than ten Sightline books including This Place on Earth 2002: Measuring What Matters; This Place on Earth 2001: Guide to a Sustainable Northwest; This Place on Earth: Home and the Practice of Permanence.

Alan Durning

Prior to founding Sightline, Durning was a senior researcher at Worldwatch Institute in Washington, DC, where he studied the relationships between social and environmental issues. While at Worldwatch,Durning wrote How Much is Enough? The Consumer Society and the Future of the Earth (1992), which was translated into seven languages and given two awards. He also co authored seven State of the World reports along with Worldwatch Papers on topics ranging from animal agriculture to indigenous peoples.

Editor:Zhang Hao |Source: CNTV.CN

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