Fair Future: Resource Conflicts, Security, and Global Justice

The World Has Enough For Everyone S Needs, But Not Enough For Everyone S Greed Mahatma Gandhi Oil Crisis, Water Conflicts, Declining Food Security We Hear One Report After Another About Resource Scarcity While With Growing Populations And Huge Poverty, Nations Are Demanding Their Right To Development In The Age Of Globalization This Right Cannot Be Disputed, Yet The Planet Is Already Exhibiting Signs Of Acute Environmental Stress Indians Want Roads And Chinese Oil The Struggle Over Nature Will Partly Shape The Crises Of The Twenty First Century Clashes Over Resources, Both Major And Minor, Are Often The Unseen Factor Behind Chaos And Violence And It Is Vital To Start Thinking About How The Distribution Of Resources Can Be Made Just This Book, Written By Specialists From The Internationally Renowned Wuppertal Institute, Provides An Account Of What Is Involved In The Resource Conflicts Of Today And Tomorrow It Puts Forwards Perspectives For Resource Justice And Outlines A Global Economic And Environmental Policy Equally Committed To Nature And To Humanity This New Work, Rich In Analysis And Information, Offers A Compass To Anyone Looking For Ways In Which Global Society Might Face The Challenge Of The FutureFair Future: Resource Conflicts, Security, and Global Justice

Wolfgang Sachs born 25 November 1946 is a researcher, writer and university teacher in the field of environment, development, and globalization.He studied sociology and Catholic theology in Munich, T bingen and Berkeley He holds a master degree in sociology 1971 , a master degree in theology 1972 and a PhD in social sciences 1975.After a period 1975 1984 as Assistant Professor at the Technical University of Berlin he joined the Society for International Development in Rome as a co editor of the journal Development 1987 1990 he was Visiting Professor at Pennsylvania State University and 1990 1993 Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities in Essen.In 1992 he edited and co authored the volume The Development Dictionary A Guide to Knowledge as Power London Zed Books , by now a classic in Post Development Studies, which has been translated into a dozen languages A new edition, including a new preface, was published in 2010.Since 1993 Sachs has worked at the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, and Energy In Germany, since 2009 as head of the Berlin Office He served also as chairman of Greenpeace Germany from 1993 to 2001, and as a lead author in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change IPCC from 1999 to 2001 On behalf of the Heinrich Boell Foundation, Berlin, he chaired two international civil society expert panels, one to draft a memorandum for the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg in 2002 The Jo burg Memo and the other also on behalf of Misereor to carry out a Dialogue Report on multilateral trade rules for sustainable markets in agriculture Slow Trade Sound Farming, 2007 He is also Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the annual fair Terra Futura in Florence, Italy a Curator of the annual Toblach Talks in Toblach, Italy, and a co organizer of the annual Spiekeroog Climate Talks on the island of Spiekeroog, Germany Sachs is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of ATTAC.Further, he is the principal author of Fair Future Resource Conflicts, Security and Global Justice and Sustainable Germany in a Globalized World, both major studies produced by the Wuppertal Institute Sachs is also a member of the Club of Rome, a lecturer at Schumacher College and a Honorary Professor at the University of Kassel, Germany.

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Fair Future: Resource Conflicts, Security, and Global Justice
  • Wolfgang Sachs
  • English
  • 09 July 2019
  • 1842777297

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