Trends in sustainable development
United Nations, 2006 - Business & Economics - 28 pages
This publication examines recent trends and key developments in sustainable development issues under the headings of: energy for sustainable development, industrial development, atmosphere and air pollution, and climate change. It considers the progress made in a number of areas, as well as exploring other areas where significant work is still needed to advance implementation of internationally agreed goals and targets.
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