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Scott, Sue
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Working Paper, The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI), Dublin 162
The understanding of natural laws underlies the research programme so that we can 'obey nature' and thereby develop in a sustainable way - but let us not forget that human behaviour is part of nature's ways too. Human nature must also be understood. Socio-economic research, which looks into how people are motivated and interact with resources, is essential to help guide behaviour because it is the human activities that are environmentally unsustainable.
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