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His book Sylvicultura oeconomica, oder haußwirthliche Nachricht und Naturmäßige Anweisung zur wilden Baum-Zucht (1713) was the first comprehensive treatise about forestry. He is considered to be the father of sustainable yield forestry. Life Hans Carl von Carlowitz was born in Oberrabenstein close to Chemnitz, nowadays a suburb of Chemnitz.
Carl von Carlowitz, a German, published his book Silvicultura oeconomica, which advocated the conservation, growing and use of wood in a continuing, stable and sustained manner. This was the first documented use of the German term for sustainability, Nachhaltigkeit. Arguably, it was also the start of a scientific approach to
Hans Carl von Carlowitz and “Sustainability” The concept of “sustainability,” or “Nachhaltigkeit” in German, can be traced back to Hans Carl von Carlowitz (1645–1714), who managed mining on behalf of the Saxon court in Freiberg.
Part 1. Population Are We Too Many, or Are We Too Greedy? An Essay on the Principle of Population (1798) The Shadow of the World’s Future (1928) “Ghost Acreage” (1962) The Population Bomb (1968) Part 2. Sustainability Are We Limited by Knowledge or Resources ? Sylvicultura oeconomica (1713) Sylvicultura oeconomica The Coal Question (1865)
Books Sustainability: A History, Revised and Updated Edition Jeremy L. Caradonna Contents Front Matter Introduction Human Society, the Economy, and the Natural Environment are Interconnected A Society Will Respect Ecological Limits or Face Collapse A Society that Hopes to Stick Around Long Term Needs to Plan Wisely for the Future
Forests and Deforestation. Literary engagement with forests and deforestation is particularly central in Austrian literature. The German forester Hans Carl von Carlowitz, in his 1713 Silvicultura oeconomica, was the first to discuss forests as resources for wood in the context of sustainability.