Evidence for Hope: The Search for Sustainable Development

Evidence for Hope: The Search for Sustainable Development

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by Nigel Cross
     
 

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Since the Stockholm Environment Conference in 1972 and the Rio Summit in 1992, there has been unprecedented public concern for the future of the planet and a growing awareness that development needs to be sustainable. This text charts the growth of these ideas by beginning with a visionary piece written by Barbara Ward in the 1970s, and ends with a chapter looking… See more details below

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Since the Stockholm Environment Conference in 1972 and the Rio Summit in 1992, there has been unprecedented public concern for the future of the planet and a growing awareness that development needs to be sustainable. This text charts the growth of these ideas by beginning with a visionary piece written by Barbara Ward in the 1970s, and ends with a chapter looking ahead another 30 years into the future. Two generations of thinkers and activists have helped to shape environment and development policy and increase local level power in environmental management. In celebration of their 30th anniversary, the IIED's most influential writers provide in this volume a perspective on three decades of development and green debates.

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'Evidence for Hope reminds us that NGOs too posses historical depth and analytical variety.'
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ISBN-13:
9781136566165
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
06/17/2013
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
File size:
2 MB

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