Chapter 1: Introduction Part I: Coevolution of the Economy and Nature
Chapter 2: Biophysical Context of the Economy
Chapter 3: Simple Physical Model of Nature and Economy
Chapter 4: Subsystem Model of the Economy
Chapter 5: Rationale for an Economics of a Crowded Planet Part II: Where Is Economics Now?
Chapter 6: Economic Orthodoxy and Emerging Pluralism
Chapter 7: The Economics of Nature
Chapter 8: Conventional Economics On a Crowded Planet Part III: Where Does Economics Need to Be?
Chapter 9: Framework for an Economics of a Crowded Planet
Chapter 10: Requirements for a Future Economics
Fraser Murison Smith is an energy specialist in public utilities, formerly an information systems consultant and award-winning cleantech entrepreneur. After completing a PhD in theoretical ecology at Oxford University, he was a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University in ecological economics. He has published papers on fisheries, biodiversity and economic development, as well as a book, Environmental Sustainability: Practical Global Implications (1997). Fraser and his wife, a healthcare technology leader, share their home in Northern California with two wonderful young children and a canoe and tent on standby for spontaneous forays into the surrounding mountains, rivers and lakes.