State of the World 2002: Progress Towards a Sustainable Society
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'The Johannesburg Summit can and must lead to a strengthened global
recognition of the importance of achieving a sustainable balance between
nature and the human economy'
From the Foreword by KOFI A ANNAN, Secretary-General, United Nations
Published annually in 28 languages, the Worldwatch Institute brings together
an award-winning team of researchers who synthesize the social and natural
sciences in their analysis of the trends that have put the global economy on
a collision course with the Earth's ecosystems.
With a Foreword by Kofi Annan, Secretary-General of the United Nations this
19th edition covers:
World Summit on Sustainable Development 2002
Climate change agenda
Farming in the public interest
Reducing our toxic burden
Sustainable international tourism
Rethinking population policy
Quelling resource-based conflict
Reshaping global governance
Paperback £12.95 1 85383 878 0 · February 2002 · 288 pages
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