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Building a Sustainable Society
Lester T. Brown
by W W Norton & Co Inc
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||448|
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Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as public policies, internationalization, and social innovation, this book is. Get this from a library. Building a sustainable society. [Lester R Brown; Worldwatch Institute.] -- Brown argues that, as with the ancient Mayans, escalating world food demands are leading to topsoil losses that are eroding the foundation of present.
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This book is interdisciplinary in nature and is a reference book to any educational discipline that focuses on social work, social welfare, social service delivery, public policy and policy study across the globe. It helps readers to gain critical and comparative perspectives on social welfare.
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To better articulate and communicate the goal, we need to envision the resulting society and how the pieces might fit together. The most critical task facing humanity today is the creation of a shared vision of a sustainable and desirable society, one that can provide permanent prosperity within the biophysical constraints of the real world in a way that is fair and equitable to all of.
The shape of a sustainable society--a sustainable transportation system, the resurgence of agriculture, new industries and jobs, urbanization, greater local self reliance, and simpler life styles--is examined. The means of transition to this sustainable society and the institutional challenges are by: The Sustainable City describes how a deep understanding of earth systems science, the impact of human-built technological creations and systems, and the global biosphere is necessary today if we are to create sustainable living for future generations.
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Business, Governance & Health, Environmental Problems and Possibilities. Overview. Lester Brown is the founder of the Earth Policy Institute and an expert on population, resource use and governance. He has been called “the guru of the environmental movement.”.
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This book addresses the following question: What is a sustainable society, and how can higher education help us to develop toward it. The core argument put forward is that the concept of sustainability reaches much farther than just the direct aspects of environmental threats and carbon emissions.
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In fact, in a sustainable society, a large part of these industries will disappear. A transition to a sustainable society needs to see a shift of leadership back to the producers of sustainable real wealth consisting of localized producers of goods, food, transport and energy along with the essential services of health and education.
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