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Aiken, W. (1992). "Human rights in an ecological era." Environmental Values 1(3): 191-203.
Braidotti, R. and International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women. (1994). Women, the environment and sustainable development: towards a theoretical synthesis. London; Atlantic Highlands, N.J., Zed Books in association with INSTRAW.
Cornman, J. C. and University of Michigan. Population Studies Center. (1996). Toward sustainable development: implications for population aging and the wellbeing of elderly women in developing countries. Ann Arbor, MI, Population Studies Center University of Michigan.
Emberson-Bain, A. (1994). Sustainable development or malignant growth? perspectives of Pacific Island women. Suva, Fiji, Marama Publications.
Jackson, C. (1995). "Radical environmental myths: a gender perspective." New Left Review 210: 124-140.
Johnston, B. R. and Society for Applied Anthropology. Committee on Human Rights and the Environment. (1994). Who pays the price? the sociocultural context of environmental crisis. Washington, D.C., Island Press.
Lubchenco, J. (1998). "Entering the century of the environment: A new social contract for science." Science 297: 491-97.
Merchant, C. (1995). Earthcare: women and the environment. New York, Routledge.
Milbrath, L. W. (1989). Envisioning a sustainable society: learning our way out. Albany, State University of New York Press.
Redclift, M. R. and T. Benton (1994). Social theory and the global environment. London; New York, Routledge.
Roszak, T., M. E. Gomes, et al. (1995). Ecopsychology: restoring the earth, healing the mind. San Francisco, Sierra Club Books.
Seager, J. (1993). Earth follies: coming to feminist terms with the global environmental crisis. New York, Routledge.
Soeters, R. and S. Nzala (1994). "Primary health care trading companies for sustainable development." World Health Forum 15(1): 51-55.
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