"Consumption, Jobs and the Environment "argues that the present pattern of development, based on everlasting economic growth, is completely unsatisfactory from a welfare point of view. It threatens ecological catastrophe while perpetuating poverty. Roy Carr-Hill and John Lintott propose an alternative policy framework based explicitly on welfare and suggest where cuts in consumption, working hours and ecological risks might be made most usefully.
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Job hunting today can be rather competitive. Very rarely is a job opening available where you will be the only person applying, as predominantly hundreds may battle it out for the same position. Even if you are the person lucky enough to land the job, you may find that you are still not satisfied and yearn something more, something slightly out of the ordinary. Todd McLeod's book Online Jobs looks how people continue to explore new ways of making money from home as an additional income and they are making the right decision as there are so many opportunities just waiting to be tapped in to. Sitting at home and searching through the job section in your local newspaper simply won't cut it. All you really need is basic computer knowledge, a reliable internet connection, and the desire to earn cash from home at a pace you are comfortable with, either part time or full time. Gab a copy of Online Jobs How to Be a Freelancer!