Table of contents for Global survival : the challenge and its implications for thinking and acting / Peter Seidel and Ervin Laszlo, editors.

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CONTENTS
 Foreword
ERVIN LASZLO
 Introduction: A Sensible Way to Think and Act 
PETER SEIDEL
1. Survival Research?A New Discipline Needed Now 
PETER SEIDEL
2. On Human Survival: Reflections on Survival Research and Survival Policies 
JOHN H. HERZ
3 World Population, Food, Natural Resources, and Survival 
DAVID PIMENTEL & MARCIA PIMENTEL
4. Survival from the Brain?s Perspective 
WALTER LOWEN
5. Biology is Destiny Only if We Ignore it 
JEROME H. BARKOW
6. Belief and Survival 
JAMES E. ALCOCK
7. The Social Psychology of Sustainability 
DAVID G. MYERS
8. The Need for a Planetary Ethic
ERVIN LASZLO
9. Rational Sustainability
JOSEPH A.TAINTER
10. Seeing the Whole Picture 
RICHARD B. NORGAARD & PAUL BAER
11. What Can the Systems Community Contribute to Ensure the Survival of Civilization? 
KENNETH E. F. WATT
12. Economics Weak and Strong: Ecological Economics and Human Survival ANDY BAHN & JOHN GOWDY
13. Historical Perspectives on Global Ecology 
J.R. MCNEILL
14. Governance Barriers to Sustainability
RICHARD D. LAMM
15. Sustainability and Governmental Foresight 
LINDSEY GRANT
16. Educating World Leaders
CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS
17. A Primer of Civilization
JAMES LOVELOCK WITH PETER SEIDEL 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sustainable development.
Globalization.