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Neo-Luddism, Primitivism and Deep Ecology

The "Neo-Luddism Primitivism and Deep Ecology" library area provides a collection of reports, articles and texts which give a view across the issue of how humans live within their environment – and are intended to help those interested in these ideas to create their own personalised critique of modern society, and frame the type of personal changes required to achieve ecological sustainability. More importantly, what we seek to do in these resources is promote a "deeper" ecological debate, beyond the narrow confines of the ideas of sustainable/ethical consumerism which dominate the mainstream environment movement.

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Free Range Library indexes last updated 16:20, 17/03/2017

Files list ordered by publication date (189 files):

'morgan2016'
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Fracked: Coal seam gas extraction and farmers’ mental health, Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol.47 pp.22-32, September 2016

'boffgti2016'
2/189
Liberation Ecology: An Interview with Leonardo Boff, Great Transition Initiative, August 2016

'balmori2016'
3/189
Radiotelemetry and wildlife: Highlighting a gap in the knowledge on radiofrequency radiation effects, Science of the Total Environment, vol.543 no.A pp.662-669, February 2016

'lwa2016'
4/189
Equality In The Countryside: A Rural Manifesto For The Parliamentary Opposition, The Land Magazine, The Land Worker's Alliance, The Family Farmer's Association, 06/01/2016

'pall2015'
5/189
Microwave frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs) produce widespread neuropsychiatric effects including depression, Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy (preprint), 21/08/2015

'langford2015'
6/189
Growing Better Lives: peace, quiet, and yurts, The Lancet Psychiatry, vol.2 no.8 p685-686, August 2015

'dasdag2015'
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Effects of 2.4 GHz radiofrequency radiation emitted from Wi-Fi equipment on microRNA expression in brain tissue, International Journal of Radiation Biology, vol.91 no.7 pp.555-561, July 2015

'ceballos2015'
8/189
Accelerated modern human-induced species losses: Entering the sixth mass extinction, Science Advances, vol.1 no.5, 05/06/2015

'ecologistasaccion2015'
9/189
Global Resistance to Fracking: Communities rise up to fight climate crisis and democratic deficit, Ecologistas en Acción, May 2015

'lloydmorgan2015'
10/189
Why children absorb more microwave radiation than adults: The consequences, Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure, vol.2 no.4 pp.197-204, December 2014

'helliwell2013'
11/189
World Happiness Report 2013, Sustainable Development Solutions Network, October 2014

'reis2014'
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Avoiding catastrophic failure in correlated networks of networks, Nature Physics, vol.10 pp.762-767, 14/09/2014

'baranski2014'
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Higher antioxidant and lower cadmium concentrations and lower incidence of pesticide residues in organically grown crops: a systematic literature review and meta-analyses, British Journal of Nutrition, 26/06/2014

'csirofutures2014'
14/189
Enabling Australia's Digital Future: cyber security trends and implications, CSIRO Futures, April 2014

'buckels2014'
15/189
Trolls just want to have fun, Personality and Individual Differences, 08/02/2014

'neimark2014'
16/189
The camping cure: Living outside changes you, Aeon Magazine, 22/01/2014

'matthewmanbyrd2014'
17/189
Blackouts: A sociology of electrical power failure, Social Space Journal, January 2014

'alexander2014'
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A Critique of Techno-Optimism: Efficiency without Sufficiency is Lost, Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute, University of Melbourne, January 2014

'redmayne2013'
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The relationship between adolescents' well-being and their wireless phone use: a cross-sectional study, Environmental Health, vol.12 no.90, October 2013

'kross2013'
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Facebook Use Predicts Declines in Subjective Well-Being in Young Adults, Plos One, vol.8 no.8, 14/08/2013

'derijke20133'
21/189
The Agri-Gas Fields of Australia: Black Soil, Food, and Unconventional Gas, Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment, vol.35 no.1 pp.41-53, June 2013

'duda2013'
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Cybernetics, Anarchism and Self-organisation, Anarchist Studies, vol.21 no.1 pp.52-72, 28/05/2013

'mckinsey2013'
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Disruptive technologies: Advances that will transform life, business, and the global economy, McKinsey Global Institute, May 2013

'epsteinrobertson2013'
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Democracy at Risk: Manipulating Search Rankings Can Shift Voting Preferences Substantially Without Voter Awareness, US Association for Psychological Science, May 2013

'ehrenfeld2013'
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When Risk Assessment is Risky: Predicting the Effects of Technology, Post Carbon Institute, May 2013

'solove2013'
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Privacy Self-Management And The Consent Dilemma, Harvard Law Review, 27/04/2013

'nam2013'
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'Not for All the Tea in China!' Political Ideology and the Avoidance of Dissonance-Arousing Situations, Plos One, vol.8 no.4, 19/04/2013

'hmielowski2013'
28/189
An attack on science? Media use, trust in scientists, and perceptions of global warming, Public Understanding of Science, 03/04/2013

'derijke20132'
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Hydraulically fractured: Unconventional gas and anthropology, Anthropology Today, vol.29 no.2 pp.13-17, April 2013

'ehrlich2013'
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Can a collapse of global civilization be avoided?, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, vol.280 no.1754, 07/03/2013

'stott2012'
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Why I can't love nuclear, Town & Country Planning, March 2013

'globescan2013'
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Environmental Concerns 'At Record Lows': Global Poll, Globescan, 25/02/2013

'sivani2013'
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Impacts of radio-frequency electromagnetic field (RF-EMF) from cell phone towers and wireless devices on biosystem and ecosystem – a review, Biology and Medicine, vol.4 no.4 pp.202-216, 06/01/2013

'gladwell2013'
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The great outdoors: how a green exercise environment can benefit all, Extreme Physiology & Medicine, vol.2 no.3, 03/01/2013

'randers2012'
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2052 – A Global Forecast For The Next Forty Years: A 5,000 Word Summary, The Club of Rome, 31/10/2012

'rspb2012'
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Dirtier than coal?: Why Government plans to subsidise burning trees are bad news for the planet, RSPB, October 2012

'kallis2012'
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The economics of degrowth, Ecological Economics, vol.84 pp.172-180, 21/09/2012

'huelsonbeck2012'
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Ocean-Based Food Security Threatened in a High CO₂ World, OCEANA, September 2012

'ryerson2010'
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Population: The Multiplier of Everything Else, Post Carbon Reader Series, August 2012

'boyle2012'
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Human Rights and the Environment: Where Next?, The European Journal of International Law, vol.23 no.3 pp.613-642, August 2012

'trainer2012'
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But Can't Technological Advance Solve The Problems?, Simplicity Institute, Report 12g, June 2012

'bollierhelfrich2012'
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The Wealth of the Commons: A World Beyond the Market and the State, The Common Strategies Group, 01/05/2012

'pickerill2012'
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Low impact communities in Britain, University of Leicester, March 2012

'murrayking2012'
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Oil's Tipping Point has Passed, Nature, vol.481 pp.433-435, 26/01/2012

'alexanderpeak2012'
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Peak Oil, Energy Descent, and the Fate of Consumerism, University of Melbourne, 15/01/2012

'riiarisk2012'
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Preparing for High-impact, Low-probability Events: Lessons from Eyjafjallajökull, Chatham House, January 2012

'prachawolk2011'
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An Edible Energy Return on Investment (EEROI) Analysis of Wheat and Rice in Pakistan, Sustainability, vol.3 pp.2358-2391, 08/12/2011

'mccarty2011'
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Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity: Evidence for a Novel Neurological Syndrome, International Journal of Neuroscience, vol.121 pp.670-676, December 2011

'etc2011'
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Who will control the Green Economy?, ETC Group, November 2011

'wwfevil2011'
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Think of Me as Evil?: Opening The Ethical Debates In Advertising, Public Interest Research Centre/WWF-UK., October 2011

'eeamobiles2011'
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Health risks from mobile phone radiation – why the experts disagree, European Environment Agency, October 2011

'est2011'
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The elephant in the living room: How our appliances and gadgets are trampling the green dream, Energy Saving Trust, September 2011

'whojrcnoise2011'
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Burden of disease from environmental noise: Quantification of healthy life years lost in Europe, World Health Organization, June 2011

'browning2011'
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Housing Wealth and Consumption: A Micro Panel Study, Danish Council for Independent Research, 12/05/2011

'mckinsey2011'
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Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition, and productivity, McKinsey Global Institute, May 2011

'greenpress2011'
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Environmental Impacts of E-Books, Green Press Initiative, April 2011

'greenpeacedata2011'
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How dirty is your data?: A Look at the Energy Choices That Power Cloud Computing, Greenpeace International, April 2011

'vandenbergh2011'
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Environment versus growth – A criticism of 'degrowth' and a plea for 'a-growth', Ecological Economics. vol.70 no.5 pp.881-890, 15/03/2011

'mouhot2011'
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Past connections and present similarities in slave ownership and fossil fuel usage, Climatic Change, vol.105 no.1/2 pp.329-355, March 2011

'kallis2011'
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In defence of degrowth, Ecological Economics, vol.70 pp.873-880, 15/02/2011

'post3702011'
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Living with Environmental Limits, Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, January 2011

'brown2011'
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Energetic Limits to Economic Growth, BioScience, vol.61 no.1, January 2011

'ecoterrormonster'
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'Ecoterror Monster' cartoon, Unknown, 2011

'davis2011'
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Ecopsychology, Transpersonal Psychology, and Nonduality, International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, vol.30 no.1/2 pp.137-147, 2011

'spiertz2010'
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Food production, crops and sustainability: restoring confidence in science and technology, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, vol.2 no.5/6 pp.439-443, December 2010

'stern2010'
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The Role of Energy in Economic Growth, Centre for Climate Economics & Policy, The Australian National University, October 2010

'malmodin2010'
67/189
Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Operational Electricity Use in the ICT and Entertainment & Media Sectors, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.14 no.5 pp.770-790, October 2010

'chatterton2010'
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Everyday activism and transitions towards post-capitalist worlds, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, vol.35 no.4, October 2010

'commoncause2010'
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Common Cause: The Case for Working with our Cultural Values, WWF-UK, September 2010

'ippnw2010'
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The Death That Creeps From The Earth: Declaration of Basel on the call for a Ban on Uranium, International Physicians For The Prevention Of Nuclear War, August 2010

'vucetichnelson2010'
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Sustainability: Virtuous or Vulgar?, Bioscience, vol.60 no.7 pp.539-544, July 2010

'khurana2010'
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Epidemiological Evidence for a Health Risk from Mobile Phone Base Stations, International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, vol.16 no.3 pp.263-267, July 2010

'vangriethuysen2009'
73/189
Why are we growth-addicted? The hard way towards degrowth in the involutionary western development path, Journal of Cleaner Production, vo.18 no.6 pp.590-595, April 2010

'korowicz2010'
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Tipping Point: Near-Term Systemic Implications of a Peak in Global Oil Production An Outline Review, Feasta & The Risk/Resilience Network, 15/03/2010

'pearce2010'
75/189
Open Design-Based Strategies to Enhance Appropriate Technology Development, NCIAA 14th Annual Conference, March 2010

'greenpeacecloud2010'
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Make IT Green: Cloud Computing and its Contricution to Climate Change, Greenpeace International, March 2010

'cattaneo2010'
77/189
The experience of rurban squats in Collserola, Barcelona: what kind of degrowth?, Journal of Cleaner Production, vol.18 pp.581-589, 28/01/2010

'modine2009'
78/189
Oh Commie All Ye Faithful, Finch's Quarterly, Autumn 2009

'iisdphosphorus2009'
79/189
Peak Phosphorus: Opportunity in the Making, International Institute for Sustainable Development, December 2009

'm2iscarcity2009'
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Material Scarcity: An M2i study, Stichting Materials Innovation Institute, November 2009

'bocquetappel2009'
81/189
The Demographic Impact of the Agricultural System in Human History, Current Anthropology, vol.50 no.5, October 2009

'nsf2009'
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Ethics of Human Enhancement: 25 Questions & Answers, US National Science Foundation, 31/08/2009

'lloydgrowth2009'
83/189
The Growth Delusion, Sustainability, vol.1 pp.516-536, 24/08/2009

'sage2009'
84/189
Public health implications of wireless technologies, Pathophysiology, vol.16 no.2/3 pp.233-246, August 2009

'ucsftybrief2009'
85/189
Failure to Yield: Biotechnology's Broken Promises – Briefing, Union of Concerned Scientists, July 2009

'globalwitness2009'
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'Faced with a gun, what can you do?': War and the militarisation of mining in eastern Congo, Global Witness, July 2009

'hall2013'
87/189
Revisiting the Limits to Growth After Peak Oil, American Scientist, vol.97, May 2009

'hall2009'
88/189
Revisiting the Limits to Growth After Peak Oil, American Scientist, vol.97, May 2009

'ucsfty2009'
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Failure to Yield: Evaluating the Performance of Genetically Engineered Crops, Union of Concerned Scientists, April 2009

'schmidt2009'
90/189
Nanotechnology-Related Environment, Health, and Safety Research: Examining the National Strategy, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.117 no.4, April 2009

'sdc2009'
91/189
Prosperity without growth?: The transition to a sustainable economy, Sustainable Development Commission, March 2009

'svtcsolar2009'
92/189
Toward a Just and Sustainable Solar Energy Industry, Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, 14/01/2009

'treanor2010'
93/189
Turn Around and Step Forward: Ideology and Utopia in the Environmental Movement, Environmental Philosophy, vol.7 no.1 pp27-46, 2009

'boykoff2009'
94/189
We Speak for the Trees: Media Reporting on the Environment, Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 2009

'nic2008'
95/189
Global Trends 2025: A Transformed World, US National Intelligence Council, November 2008

'balzarotti2008'
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Are Your Votes Really Counted?: Testing the Security of Real-world Electronic Voting Systems, Computer Security Group, University of California, Santa Barbara, 24/07/2008

'csiro2008'
97/189
A Comparison Of The Limits To Growth With Thirty Years Of Reality, CSIRO, June 2008

'svtcnano2008'
98/189
Regulating Emerging Technologies In Silicon Valley And Beyond, Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, 02/04/2008

'zerzan2008'
99/189
Twilight of the Machines, John Zerzan, April 2008

'sarkarkern2008'
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Eco-Socialism or Barbarism – An up-to-date Critique of Capitalism, Initiative Eco-Socialism, March 2008

'taylorkoomey2008'
101/189
Estimating Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Internet Advertising, IMC², 14/02/2008

'benderfarvolden2008'
102/189
Depression and the Workplace: A Progress Report, Current Psychiatry Reports, vol.10 no.1 pp.73-79, February 2008

'alexisbakerrempel2007'
103/189
Theology for the Dogs: Why Nonhuman Animals Matter to Creation, Systematic Theology, Winter 2007

'kellykettle2007'
104/189
The Kelly Kettle, Kelly Kettle Company, December 2007

'buzea2007'
105/189
Nanomaterials and nanoparticles: Sources and toxicity, Biointerphases, vol.2 no.4 pp.MR17-MR71, December 2007

'patzek2007'
106/189
How Can We Outlive Our Way of Life?, OECD, 10/09/2007

'est2007'
107/189
The ampere strikes back: How consumer electronics are taking over the world, Energy Saving Trust, June 2007

'newscientist2007'
108/189
Earth's natural wealth: an audit, New Scientist, no.2605 pp.34-41, 23/05/2007

'ayers2007'
109/189
On the practical limits to substitution, Ecological Economics, vol.61 pp.115-128, 15/02/2007

'brunisugden2007'
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The Road Not Taken: How Psychology Was Removed From Economics, And How It Might Be Brought Back, The Economic Journal, vol.117 pp.146-173, January 2007

'chanrabinowitz2006'
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A cross-sectional analysis of video games and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms in adolescents, Annals of General Psychiatry, vol.5 no.16, 24/10/2006

'roberts2006'
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Energy as a driver of change, Arup Journal, October 2006

'usgsphones2006'
113/189
Recycled Cell Phones – A Treasure Trove of Valuable Metals, U.S. Geological Survey, July 2006

'est2006'
114/189
The rise of the machines: A review of energy using products in the home from the 1970s to today, Energy Saving Trust, June 2006

'halpin2006'
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Reinventing Technology: Artificial Intelligence from the Top of a Sycamore Tree, Institute for Communicating and Collaborative Systems, March 2006

'nef2006'
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Growth isn't working: The unbalanced distribution of benefits and costs from economic growth, New Economics Foundation, January 2006

'herring2006'
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Energy efficiency – a critical view, Energy, vol.31 pp.10-20, January 2006

'moretzsohn2006'
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'Citizen Journalism' and the Myth of Redemptive Technology, Brazilian Journalism Research, vol.2 no.2 pp.29-46, 2006

'zerzan2005'
119/189
On the Origins of War, Green Anarchy, no.21, Summer 2005

'ofcom2005'
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Cost and power consumption implications of digital switchover, OFCOM, 08/11/2005

'bandump2005'
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The Digital Dump: Exporting Re-use and Abuse to Africa, The Basel Action Network, 24/10/2005

'tudge2005'
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Feeding people is easy: But we have to re-think the world from first principles, Public Health Nutrition, vol.8 no.6A, pp.716-723, September 2005

'etherington2005'
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Cefn Croes Environmental Management Committee, John Etherington, 17/07/2005

'pimentel2005'
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Organic and Conventional Farming Systems: Environmental and Economic Issues, Cornell University, July 2005

'cambriannews2005'
125/189
Consternation as wind farm site is found to be emanating carbon dioxide, Cambrian News, 23/06/2005

'myers20052'
126/189
Anarcho-Primitivism and the Bible, Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, pp.56-58, 31/05/2005

'unhlpt2004'
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A more secure world: Our shared responsibility, United Nations High-level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change, December 2004

'aclu2004'
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The Surveillance-Industrial Complex: How the American Government Is Conscripting Businesses and Individuals in the Construction of a Surveillance Society, The American Civil Liberties Union, August 2004

'oneill2004'
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Dangers come in small particles, Hazards, no.87, July 2004

'hall2004'
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The Myth of Sustainable Development: Personal Reflections on Energy, its Relation to Neoclassical Economics, and Stanley Jevons, Journal of Energy Resource Technology, vol.126 pp.85-89, June 2004

'lessig2004'
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Free Culture: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity, Penguin Press, 30/03/2004

'deathenv2004'
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The Death of Environmentalism: Global Warming Politics in a Post-Environmental World, Michael Shellenberger, Ted Nordhaus, 2004

'zhang2003'
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Indoor air pollution: a global health concern, British Medical Bulletin, vol.68 no.1 pp.209-225, December 2003

'ahlbom2003'
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Electromagnetic radiation: Environmental pollution and health, British Medical Bulletin, vol.68 no.1 pp.157-165, December 2003

'pcob2003'
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Beyond Therapy: Biotechnology And The Pursuit Of Happiness – A Report by the President's Council on Bioethics, President's Council on Bioethics, October 2003

'sdc2003'
136/189
Redefining prosperity: Resource productivity, economic growth and sustainable development, Sustainable Development Commission, 27/06/2003

'williams2002'
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The 1.7 Kilogram Microchip: Energy and Material Use in the Production of Semiconductor Devices, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.36 no.24 pp.5504-5510, 25/10/2002

'sanne2002'
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Willing consumers – or locked-in? Policies for a sustainable consumption, Ecological Economics, vol.42 no.1-2 pp.273-287, August 2002

'gardkeolian2003'
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Digital versus Print: Energy Performance in the Selection and Use of Scholarly Journals, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.6 no.2 pp.115-132, April 2002

'bansvtc2002'
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Exporting Harm: The High-Tech Trashing of Asia, The Basel Action Network/Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, 25/02/2002

'zerzan2002'
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Running On Emptiness: The Pathology Of Civilization, John Zerzan, 2002

'hall2001'
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The Need to Reintegrate the Natural Sciences with Economics, BioScience, vol.51 no.8 pp.663-673, August 2001

'usda2000'
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USDA/HHS Response to the House and Senate Reports: Antibiotic Resistance in Livestock, US Department of Agriculture, September 2000

'guerillapermaculture1996'
144/189
Urban Permaculture: A Reader Compiled for the DIY Skillshare, DIY Skillshare Conference, May 2000

'vlek2000'
145/189
Essential Psychology for Environmental Policy Making, International Journal of Psychology, vol.35 no.2 pp.153-167, March 2000

'edmundsmorris2000'
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The problem of information overload in business organisations: A review of the literature, International Journal of Information Management, vol.20 pp.17-28, February 2000

'zerzan1999'
147/189
Against Civilization – Readings & Reflections, John Zerzan, 1999

'bookchin1998'
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The Crisis in the Ecology Movement, Green Perspectives, May 1998

'wray1998'
149/189
Transforming Luddite Resistance into Virtual Luddite Resistance, Earth First! Journal, 07/04/1998

'campbell1998'
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The End of Cheap Oil: Global production of conventional oil will begin to decline sooner than most people think, probably within 10 years, Scientific American, pp.78-83, March 1998

'richersonboyd1998'
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Homage to Malthus, Ricardo, and Boserup: Toward a General Theory of Population, Economic Growth, Environmental Deterioration, Wealth, and Poverty, Research in Human Ecology, vol.4 no.2, 1998

'hammill1997'
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From Crossbows To Cryptography: Thwarting The State Via Technology, Chuck Hammill, November 1997

'vitousek1997'
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Human Domination of Earth's Ecosystems, science, vol.277, 25/07/1997

'kalof1997'
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Understanding the Social Construction of Environmental Concern, Human Ecology Review, vol.4 no.4 pp101-105, 1997

'schwartzman1996'
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Solar Communism, Science & Society, vol.60 no.3 pp.307-331, Summer 1996

'salerobin1996'
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Technology For The Coming Millennium: Progress, Technology, And Society According To Kirkpatrick Sale, Michael Robin, 1996

'unabomber1995'
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The Unabomber: The Full Text of the Manifesto, New York Times/Washington Post, 19/09/1995

'wright1995'
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The Evolution of Despair, Time Magazine, vol.146 no.9, 25/08/1995

'glendinning19952'
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Recovery from Western Civilization, Deep Ecology For the 21st Century, pp.37-39, July 1995

'heinberg1995'
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The Primitivist Critique of Civilization, International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations, 15/06/1995

'salelessons1995'
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Lessons from the Luddites, The Nation, 05/06/1995

'glendinning19951'
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Technology, Trauma, and the Wild, Ecopsychology: Restoring the Earth, Healing the Mind, pp.41-54, January 1995

'zerzan1995'
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Future Primitive, Autonomedia, 1995

'saleunabomber1995'
164/189
The Unabomber's Secret Treatise: Is There Method In His Madness?, Kirkpatrick Sale, 1995

'boff1995'
165/189
Liberation Theology and Ecology: Alternative, Confrontation or Complementarity?, Leonardo Boff, 1995

'zerzan1994'
166/189
The Nihilist's Dictionary, Autonomedia, 1994

'hansen1991'
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The media and the social construction of the environment, Media, Culture and Society, vol.13 pp444-458, 1991

'glendinning1990'
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Notes Toward a Neo-Luddite Manifesto, Utne Reader, March 1990

'berry1988'
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Why I Am Not Going to Buy a Computer, Harpers, September 1988

'samuelsonzeckhauser1988'
170/189
Status Quo Bias in Decision Making, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, vol.1 no.1 pp.7-59, March 1988

'turningthetide1'
171/189
Nonviolence and Active Nonviolence, Turning the Tide, 1988

'bookchin1987'
172/189
Social Ecology versus Deep Ecology: A Challenge for the Ecology Movement, Green Perspectives, 25/06/1987

'diamond1987'
173/189
The Worst Mistake In The History Of The Human Race, Discover Magazine, p64-66, May 1987

'ellul1985'
174/189
Preconceived Ideas About Mediated Information, The Media Revolution in America and in Western Europe, pp.95-107, 1985

'illich1983'
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Silence is a Commons, The Co-Evolution Quarterly, Autumn 1983

'ellul1980'
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The Power of Technique and The Ethics of Non-Power, Myths of Information: Technology and Postindustiral Culture, pp.242-47, 1980

'ellul1977'
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The Technological System, Jacques Ellul, 1977

'zerzan1975'
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Organized labor versus 'the revolt against work', Class against Class, 1975

'sciencelandsberg1974'
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Low-Cost, Abundant Energy: Paradise Lost?, Science, vol.184 no.4134 p.247, 19/04/1974

'sciencehammond19741'
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Individual Self-Sufficiency in Energy, Science, vol.184 no.4134 p.278, 19/04/1974

'ellul1967'
181/189
Reflections on Leisure, Interplay: The Magazine of European/American Affairs, vol.1 no.5 pp.51-56, December 1967

'ellul1957'
182/189
Information and Propaganda, Diogenes, vol.5 pp.61-77, 1957

'boulding1956'
183/189
General systems theory: The skeleton of science, Management Science, vol.2 pp.197-208, 1956

'bernays1947'
184/189
The Engineering of Consent, Edward L. Bernays, 1947

'usoss1944'
185/189
Simple Sabotage Field Manual (Strategic Services Field Manual No.3), Office of Strategic Services (OSS), 27/01/1944

'gregg1936'
186/189
The Value of Voluntary Simplicity, Quaker Center for Religious and Social Study, 1936

'butler1935'
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War Is A Racket, Smedley Butler, 1935

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