List of Figures

Figure 3.1 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Figure 8.1 Schematic representation of interactions between political leadership, political responsibility and new concepts of citizenship and their contributions towards hybrid systems of governance with higher levels of accountability, legitimacy and effectiveness.
Figure 9.1 Map of Mumbai.
Figure 9.2 Carbon dioxide emissions per capita vs. GDP per capita, 2016.
Figure 9.3 Top 100 companies ‘killing the planet.’
Figure 9.4 The worldwide distribution of GHG emissions reflects the global corporate hegemony.
Figure 9.5 Personal choices to reduce your contribution to climate change.
Figure 10.1 Curve model for growth of a population.
Figure 10.2 Population dynamics in fisheries.
Figure 10.3 Reinforcing feedback.
Figure 10.4 Exponential growth.
Figure 15.1 Paulo Freire (1977).
Figure 16.1 Human security and environmental.
Figure 17.1 The relationships between environmental, social, cultural and economic change in producing health impacts of resource development.
Figure 17.2 Changes in industrial land use across Northern British Columbia.
Figure 17.3 Emerging fields of environmental public health practice linking the health of humans, animals and ecosystems.


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