Managing sustainable development
This second edition contains a brand new case study section including case studies on local sustainability networks, regional sustainability networks, the sustainable state and networks for global action, plus a new conclusion as to the organizational requirements for sustainable developments in the 21st century.
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Sustainable development and political change
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