Table of contents for The sustainable development paradox : urban political economy in the United States and Europe / edited by Rob Krueger, David Gibbs.

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Introduction: Problematizing the Politics of Sustainability
	J. Robert Krueger and David C. Gibbs
Chapter 1. Impossible "Sustainability" and the Postpolitical Condition
	Erik Swyngedouw
Chapter 2. Sustaining Modernity, Modernizing Nature: The Environmental Crisis 
and the Survival of Capitalism
	Roger Keil
Chapter 3. Microgeographies and Microruptures: The Politics of Gender in the 
Theory and Practice of Sustainability
	Susan Buckingham
Chapter 4. Containing the Contradictions of Rapid Development?: New Economy 
Spaces and Sustainable Urban Development
	David C. Gibbs and J. Robert Krueger
Chapter 5. Greening the Entrepreneurial City?: Looking for Spaces of Sustainability 
Politics in the Competitive City
	Andrew E. G. Jonas and Aidan White
Chapter 6. Integrating Sustainabilities in a Context of Economic, Social, and Urban 
Change: The Case of Public Spaces in the Metropolitan Region of Barcelona
	Marc Pares and David Sauri
Chapter 7. Political Modernization and the Weakening of Sustainable Development 
in Britain
	Anna Batchelor and Alan Patterson
Chapter 8. Spatial Policy, Sustainability, and State Restructuring: A Reassessment 
of Sustainable Community Building in England
	Mike Raco
Chapter 9. The Spatial Politics of Conservation Planning
	James P. Evans
Chapter 10. The Imperial Valley of California: Sustainability, Water, Agriculture, 
and Urban Growth
	Stephanie Pincetl and Basil Katz
About the Editors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sustainable development -- United States.
Sustainable development -- Europe.
Environmental policy -- United States.
Environmental policy -- Europe.
Regional planning -- Environmental aspects -- United States.
Regional planning -- Environmental aspects -- Europe.