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Living sustainably: approaches for the developed and developing world

Redclift, Michael and Hinton, Emma (2008) Living sustainably: approaches for the developed and developing world At Progressive Governanace, United Kingdom. 01 Apr 2008. 12 pp.

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Abstract

The assumptions underpinning policy on growth and economic development at the national and international level will have to be radically reversed for countries in the developed and developing world to effectively tackle climate change, say Michael Redclift, professor of international environment policy, and Emma Hinton, a researcher in the Department of Geography, King’s College, London. “There are clear gains in reversing previous approaches and viewing climate change policy as the driver of social change, rather than an obstacle in the way of social advances,” they say in the paper, entitled Living Sustainably: Approaches for the Developed and Developing World. “Similarly we might view human and environmental security as a goal of global governance.”

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e-pub ahead of print date: April 2008
Published date: April 2008
Venue - Dates: Progressive Governanace, United Kingdom, 2008-04-01 - 2008-04-01
Organisations: Social Sciences

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Local EPrints ID: 342175
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/342175
PURE UUID: 2056c687-eff0-4138-ab49-45b204c1bd6e

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Date deposited: 14 Aug 2012 10:29
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 05:30

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Author: Michael Redclift
Author: Emma Hinton

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