Johannes.Schneider at gmx.net
Tue Apr 30 07:35:03 MDT 2002
> Her essential claim was that Green economics integrated the value of the
> natural world into economic theory. In addition, Green economics had a lot
> to say about how economic organisation could be accomplished in a way that
> was better for people and for the environment. In so doing, Green
> would draw on the findings of modern physics, game theory, and the
> biosciences etc. and she had books about that, I don't recall the titles.
> There were various "laws" involved, such as the law of entropy.
this sounds like Capra im my ears, but thanks a lot for you comprehensive
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