While Sustainability Is In Danger Of Being Reduced To A Meaningless Platitude, The Brutal Fact Remains That Industrial Countries Make A Disproportionately Large And Negative Impact On The Environment A Serious Transition To Sustainability Will Require Changing People S Mindsets And Social Institutions, In Addition To Public Policies, Technologies And Business Practices.This Book Presents A Path Breaking Analysis As Well As Highly Innovative Proposals For Managing This Transition Emanating From Europe S Foremost Environmental Policy Think Tank, It Has Already Stirred Up A Major New Debate In Germany On Radical, But Feasible, Directions In Which The Governments Of Industrial Societies Ought To Be Moving The Concept Of Environmental Space And Its Ingenious Development Of Indicators For Measuring An Economy S National And Global Impact Combine With Its Delineation Of Concrete Policies To Give This Book Its Intellectual Power And Potential Political Impact.
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 Tec
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- Greening the North: A Post-Industial Blueprint for Ecology and Equity
- Wolfgang Sachs
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