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World Atlas of Sustainable Development Economic, Social and Environmental Data

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By: Anne-Marie Sacquet
78 pages, over 180 full colour illustrations, maps, graphs and charts
Publisher: Anthem Press
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  • World Atlas of Sustainable Development ISBN: 9781843311669 Paperback Dec 2005 Out of Print #159851
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The concept of `sustainable development' was first introduced at the time of the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio, where over 170 heads of state signed a plan of action for the 21st century - Agenda 21. Agenda 21 sets out a proposal for sustainable development that combines several goals: preservation of the environment, social equity and economic efficiency, aiming to ensure the well-being of the world's people without compromising the future of generations to come.

This Atlas proposes an unprecedented `reading' of the global situation, supported by socio-economic, geopolitical and environmental data. Topics including access to education, the gulf between living standards in the North and the South, women's civil rights, climate change and international solidarity are presented along with 30 fully updated information sheets and 40 full-colour maps.

World Atlas of Sustainable Development is a unique and valuable tool for individuals and organizations interested in development, whether they work in businesses, administration, local authorities, associations or education, as it is designed to be concise, accessible and objective.

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Out of Print
By: Anne-Marie Sacquet
78 pages, over 180 full colour illustrations, maps, graphs and charts
Publisher: Anthem Press
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