In all modesty, maybe in some trepidation, we need to say at the outset that this book has some considerable range to it.
At one level it is a review of the chaotic and contrasting landscape of literature in the field of sustainable development and sustainability indicators (SD and SIs). This should be enough for a single book but . . .
It is also a discussion of the project nature of the world at the beginning of the 21st century. This is an immensely contentious area needing at least 400 pages to discuss but . . .
It is also a review of the adapted methodology – Systemic Sustainability Analysis (SSA) – and a conversation as to how this ...