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Bill Rees: The Vulnerability and Resilience of Cities

by Working at University of Lincoln on Nov 09, 2009

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Bill Rees, originator of the ecological footprint, says we are already into overshoot. We can plan to reduce our use of Earth's resources, or plunge through a series of disasters. ...

Bill Rees, originator of the ecological footprint, says we are already into overshoot. We can plan to reduce our use of Earth's resources, or plunge through a series of disasters.

Full keynote speech from "Resilient Cities" conference. Vancouver, October 20th 2009

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