David A. Bainbridge has been a professor, researcher, author and
consultant in sustainable management. His Papers contain manuscripts and published versions of his writings which primarily
focus on sustainability, solar energy, agroforestry, and restoration ecology. The writings include book chapters, articles,
proceedings, research reports, notes, abstracts, book reviews, and selected presentations authored or jointly authored by
Bainbridge from 1971-2017. Also included are photographs and slides of straw bale buildings.
David A. Bainbridge was born in 1948 in Schnectady, New York. He grew up in the west, living as a child in Colorado,
Washington, Oregon and California. He received a B.A. in Earth Sciences from the University of California, San Diego (1970)
and an M.S. in Ecology from the University of California, Davis (1973). His interest in economics and the challenges of
sustainable resource management and environmental accounting began in the interdisciplinary Eco-Grad Group at the University
of California, Davis in the 1970s. His career began with environmental planning work for the Environmental Development Agency
in San Diego in 1970 to protect the coastal lagoons of San Diego County.
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Collection is open for research.