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Steering Business Toward Sustainability, F. Capra, G. Pauli, Eds., Mar. 1995, $25 (UNIPUB, for the U.N. University).

Authors with a variety of backgrounds outline practical approaches that business and society must take. Without sustainability, profitability will decrease, so businesses have a strong self-interest in minimizing the ecological damage of their operations.

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Industrial Metabolism Restructuring for Sustainable Development, R.U. Ayres, U.E. Simonis, Eds., 376 pp., 1994, $35 (UNIPUB, for the U.N. University).

Describes industrial metabolism (the physical processes that convert raw materials and energy into products) and its policy implications. Examines industrial restructuring in industrial and developing countries. Case studies include carbon monoxide and methane emissions in the U.S.

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Rebuilding Romania: Energy, Efficiency and the Economic Transition, W. Patterson, 212 pp., 1995, Ј12.95 (Roy. Inst. Intl. Aff.).

Analyzes the energy efficiency situation amidst the economic and social chaos of the recent developments in Romania. Contains many lessons for other parts of the developing world. Reviewed by M. Holderness in New Scientist, Feb. 1995.

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