Fair Future: Resource Conflicts, Security and Global Justice : a Report of the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy

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Wolfgang Sachs, Tilman Santarius, Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt und Energie
Zed Books, 2007 - 276 halaman
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This is a book that cuts across the outdated divide of North and South to address the twin global questions of our age: social justice and environmental sustainability. It asks how the material needs of the poor can be met on a planet already exhibiting signs of acute environmental stress. By laying out fundamentals of shared analytical understanding, ethical commitment and practical institutional and policy changes, the authors provide the necessary intellectual and moral platform for progress in the 21st century.

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Wolfgang Sachs, Ph.D., is a German researcher and author with many books including Fair Future, Environment and Human Rights, and Jo'burg Memo. He is also the editor of the Development Dictionary.He suggests (see Sachs, 1996) three ways to reach sustainable development, three perspectives which are related to a security crisis: the home perspective, the perspective of an astronaut, and the endogenous perspective.He is currently working and lecturing at the Wuppertal Institute in Germany. He is the head of the Cross-cutting Project "Globalization and Sustainability" and PhD Collegium "Environment and Fairness in the World Trade Regime" in the Wuppertal Institute.Wolfgang Sachs is known as one of the many followers of Ivan Illich. His critical works on development idea influenced the green and ecological movements. Sachs participated in the Stock Exchange of Visions project in 2007.

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