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Where Next? Reflections on the Human Future

By: Duncan Poore
338 pages, Tabs
NHBS
Stimulating collection of essays articulating the real choices that 'sustainability' implies
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Collection of essays by leading scholars belonging to the 'New Renaissance Group', including contributions from E.M. Nicholson (on the purpose and aims of the Group), David Flemming (on the need for an urgent rethink of the relationship between the market economy and the environment), Robert Goodland (comparing environmental sustainability with human, social and economic sustainability), Ashok Koasla (on the concept and practice of sustainable human livelihoods), David Goode (sustainable cities), Sir Shridath Rhampal (on the importance of involving the US in the functioning of the global community), N.E. Simmonds (the role of legal systems) and Martin Palmer (conservation and religion). A stimulating and visionary book.

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By: Duncan Poore
338 pages, Tabs
NHBS
Stimulating collection of essays articulating the real choices that 'sustainability' implies
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