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World in Transition 4 Fighting Poverty through Environmental Policy

By: German Advisory Council on Global Change
352 pages, Figures, tables, boxes
Publisher: Springer Nature
World in Transition 4
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  • World in Transition 4 ISBN: 9781853838835 Hardback Oct 2005 Out of stock: Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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About this book

At the start of the 21st century, fighting poverty and protecting the environment are two of the most urgent challenges facing the international community. In this report, the German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU) argues that successful environmental protection is a prerequisite for effective poverty eradication.
The report investigates the link between the causes and manifestations of poverty and environmental problems, asking key questions such as: which institutional arrangements offer ways of coping with these problems, and where must gaps be closed? To this end, WBGU has evaluated major international political processes and developed recommendations on policy coherence. It also presents various recommendations on further research to identify the strategic gaps in theoretical and practical knowledge.

Contents

1 Introduction; 2 Integrative environment and development policy - The Rio vision; 3 Poverty, vulnerability and environmental change - Taking stock and looking ahead; 4 Linkages among international environment and development policy spheres; 5 Reducing poverty and protecting the environment: Recommendations for integrated policies; 6 Research recommendations; 7 Core Messages; References, Glossary, Index.

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The German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU) comprises 12 leading experts working on issues of global environmental change. Full details at www wbgu.de
By: German Advisory Council on Global Change
352 pages, Figures, tables, boxes
Publisher: Springer Nature
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