From Here to Sustainability: Politics in the Real World
For a large proportion of the electorate, national politics misses the real issues. As a result, membership of campaigning organizations has soared whilst party numbers have declined. This work distils the principles and priorities of many of the leading voluntary groups into a strong and coherent programme of political aims and actions. The problem can be measured as a sustainability gap - between official policies and achievements and actual democratic participation, environmental restoration and the eradication of poverty. With examples and short case studies, the book translates the gap into practical and realistic recommendations for progress.
Try this search over all volumes: debt relief
Results 1-0 of 0
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
A New Economic Order? Making Globalization
5 other sections not shown
action agencies areas better Britain cent challenges Charter88 Christian Aid citizens climate disruption communities consumers consumption corporations debate debt relief democracy democratic devel developing countries developing world Earth Summit 2002 Earthscan Electoral Reform Society emissions energy ensure environment environmental sustainability ethical export funding future global economic Global Environment Outlook Government's impacts improve income increase industrial inequalities innovation investment issues Joseph Rowntree Foundation Labour living London long-term measures Medact ment million modernization NGOs nomic OECD opportunities organizations Oxfam pesticides planning policy-makers political pollution poor poorest poverty problems production programmes progress promote radical Real World reduce reform renewal representative democracy responsibilities rich world risks ronmental sector social and environmental social exclusion society strategies sustainability gap sustainable development targets technologies tion transport unsustainable Wildlife Trusts Witness Box World Bank World Development Movement