Co-Authors and Supporters Recent Publications
success of TNEP is only possible because of a wide
array of partners and the key experts who make up
our advisory, steering, editorial committees and co-author
groups. We believe that all have part of the solutions
the world needs. Our book NAON is designed to feature
a succinct overview of the work of many of these experts.
We are confident that this will inspire you to seek
out more detailed work by NAON's co-authors and contributors.
To assist you to do this we have compiled a list of
just some of the recent publications of TNEP's co-authors,
editors and advisors.
Foran - Balancing Act: A Triple Bottom Line Analysis
of the Australian Economy .
Technical report by Barney Foran (CSIRO Sustainable
Ecosystems), Manfred Lenzen and Christopher Dey (Sydney
Ryan - Digital Eco-Sense: Sustainability and ICT -
A New Terrain for Innovation, by Professor
Butler - UN Millennium Ecosystem Assessment,
CD , Oluoch-Kosura, W, Corvalan C, Fobil
J, Koren H, Pingali P, Tancredi E, Hales S, Human
well-being across the scenarios. In: Millennium Ecosystem
Assessment, Scenarios Working Group, Island
Kenworthy - Sustainability & Cities: Overcoming
Perkins - The Australian Water Industry (AWI) Roadmap:
Perkins , Chair of the Barton Group, Chair
of the National Environmental Education Council and
TNEP Advisory Board member has led this initiative.
This is an initiative of The Barton Group.
Sustainability & Cities: Overcoming Automobile
Sutton - Living well within our Environment: A Perspective
on environmental sustainability?
A paper for the Victorian Commissioner for Environmental
Sustainability, by Philip Sutton, Director-Strategy
of Green Innovations.
Dovers - Institutions and Sustainability
R. and Dovers,
S. 2004. Institutional change for sustainable
S. 2005. Environment and sustainability
policy: creation, implementation, evaluation.
Proust, K. Dovers,
S. Foran, B Newell, B.Steffen, W. Troy , P. (2007)
Climate, Energy and Water: Accounting for the
links. Land and Water Australia
Brown - Social Learning in Environmental Management:
Building a Sustainable Future:
Edited by Meg Keen, Valerie
A. Brown and Rob Dyball. “Social Learning
in Environmental Management explores and expands the
approaches to collective learning most needed to help
individuals, communities, experts and governments
work together to achieve greater social and ecological