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Development Globalisation and Sustainability

Development  Globalisation and Sustainability Author John Morgan
ISBN-10 0748758224
Release 2001
Pages 96
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One of five new additions to the EPICS range published in 2001, dealing with more popular topics for the new specifications. EPICS brings a fresh approach to topics of current interest, allowing students to acquire an up-to-date and in-depth understanding of geographical issues. Each topic provides a wide range of detailed case studies and offers an intergrated approach to all aspects of geographical study.



Tourism and Sustainability

Tourism and Sustainability Author Martin Mowforth
ISBN-10 9781317747222
Release 2015-12-22
Pages 476
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By January 2015 the world’s richest 80 people had as much wealth as the poorest 50 per cent of the world’s population. It is a global unevenness through which the barriers to in-migration of Third World migrants to wealthy First World nations go ever higher, while the barriers to travel in the reverse direction are all but extinct. So how exactly does tourism contribute to narrowing this glaring inequality between the rich and poor? Are ever-expanding tourism markets a smoke-free, socioculturally sensitive form of human industrialisation? Is alternative tourism really a credible lever for reducing global inequality and eliminating poverty? Tourism and Sustainability critically explores the most significant universal geopolitical norms of the last half century – development, globalisation and sustainability – and through the lens of new forms of tourism demonstrates how we can better get to grips with the rapidly changing new global order. The fourth edition has been extensively revised and updated, and benefits from the addition of new material on climate change and tourism. Drawing on a range of examples from across the Third World, Mowforth and Munt expertly illustrate the social, economic and environmental conditions that continue to affect the tourism industry. With the first edition hailed by Geoffrey Wall as ‘one of the most significant books produced on tourism [since the turn of the millennium]’, Tourism and Sustainability remains the essential resource for students of human geography, environmental sciences and studies, politics, development studies, anthropology and business studies as well as tourism itself.



Tourism and Sustainability

Tourism and Sustainability Author Martin Mowforth
ISBN-10 9781134486601
Release 2003-12-08
Pages 384
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First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.



Globalisation and Sustainable Development

Globalisation and Sustainable Development Author Deutsche Bank
ISBN-10 9789280719918
Release 2001-01-01
Pages 32
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The complexities of globalization and the drive for sustainability are creating a myriad of new challenges and opportunities for the world of finance. This publication presents some of the discussions that took place at a UNEP Roundtable held on 16-17 November 2000. Some of the issues covered include challenges and opportunities for banking, insurance and asset management industries; environmental management and reporting; performance indicators; micro-financing schemes; and the social aspects of corporate responsibility in a global context.



Technology Globalization and Sustainable Development

Technology  Globalization  and Sustainable Development Author Nicholas A Ashford
ISBN-10 9780429886478
Release 2018-08-06
Pages 774
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Technology, Globalization, and Sustainable Development offers a unified, transdisciplinary approach for transforming the industrial state in order to promote sustainable development. The authors present a deep analysis of the ways that industrial states – both developed and developing – are currently unsustainable and how economic and social welfare are related to the environment, to public health and safety, and to earning capacity and meaningful and rewarding employment. The authors offer multipurpose solutions to the sustainability challenge that integrate industrial development, employment, technology, environment, national and international law, trade, finance, and public and worker health and safety. The authors present a compelling wake-up call that warns of the collision course set between the current paths of continued growth and inevitable unsustainability in the world today. Offering clear examples and real solutions, this textbook illustrates how the driving forces that are currently promoting unsustainability can be refocused and redesigned to reverse course and improve the state of the world. This book is essential reading for those teaching and studying sustainable development and the critical roles of the economy, employment, and the environment.



Globalization and Sustainable Development

Globalization and Sustainable Development Author Martin Oyevaar
ISBN-10 9781137445360
Release 2016-03-16
Pages 384
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This core textbook is the ideal companion for undergraduate and postgraduate students taking modules in international business or sustainable development. It provides knowledge to answer complex questions. What is really meant by globalization and sustainability? How can concepts of governance, economy, culture and international affairs be translated into government policy and business practice? Globalization and Sustainable Development explores the complex and dynamic nature of globalization and sustainability, analyzing the main ideas, ethical principles and processes driving the growth and development of the global economy. Including a wide range of international cases from a variety of industries, it anchors key concepts in a modern global context and provides an overall picture of what it means to be a sustainable business.



Trade Globalization and Sustainability Impact Assessment

Trade  Globalization and Sustainability Impact Assessment Author Paul Ekins
ISBN-10 9781849773423
Release 2012
Pages 367
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Trade liberalization, as promoted by the World Trade Organization (WTO) has become one of the dominant drivers and most controversial aspects of globalization. Trade sustainability impact assessments (SIAs) were introduced as a means of generating better understanding of the social and environmental impacts of trade liberalization and of making those impacts more consistent with sustainable development.



Globalization and Sustainable Development in Africa

Globalization and Sustainable Development in Africa Author Bessie House-Soremekun
ISBN-10 9781580463928
Release 2011
Pages 463
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The first comprehensive work on globalization within the context of sustainable development initiatives in Africa.



Food Globalization and Sustainability

Food  Globalization and Sustainability Author Peter Oosterveer
ISBN-10 9781849712613
Release 2012
Pages 282
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Food is increasingly traded internationally, thereby transforming the organization of food production and consumption globally and influencing most food-related practices. New concerns are arising, including the environmental impact of food production and trade, animal welfare, the health and safety of food, and the social and economic impact of international food trade. This book provides an overview of the principal conceptual frameworks that have been developed for understanding these changes.



Europe Globalization and Sustainable Development

Europe  Globalization and Sustainable Development Author John Barry
ISBN-10 9781134414291
Release 2004-03-01
Pages 240
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This edited volume considers the ways in which European states and the European Union can and should organize themselves economically and socially in order to address the challenges of sustainable development. It will interest students and researchers of environmental policy and European politics.



Globalisation and Sustainable Development

Globalisation and Sustainable Development Author Vladimir F. Krapivin
ISBN-10 9783540706625
Release 2007-07-05
Pages 304
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This interdisciplinary book parameterizes the global ecodynamic process. The discussion considers basic global problems of the Nature-Society-System (NSS) dynamics and reviews key problems of ensuring its sustainable development. The book includes an analysis of trends in changing ecological systems and estimates characteristics of current global ecodynamics. The authors propose a new approach to NSS numerical modelling and demonstrate the results of modelling the dynamics of this system's characteristics.



Globalization and Sustainable Economic Development

Globalization and Sustainable Economic Development Author Piya Mahtaney
ISBN-10 9781137024992
Release 2013-07-31
Pages 235
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In a world in transition and an era of transformation, Mahtaney calls for reflection and an analysis of a wide canvas of global economic experience. Her new work initiates a thorough review of the strategies and policies that have been pursued over the past two decades. The economic meltdown compelled the beginning of the next phase of globalization and she contends that the future will see an increase in globalization. As crucial questions arise about the direction in which globalization is headed and the sustainability of economic growth and reform, the fundamental objective of this exciting work is to elucidate crucial insights about the next phase of development in the world economy.



Globalisation Economic Transition and the Environment

Globalisation  Economic Transition and the Environment Author Philip Lawn
ISBN-10 1781951403
Release 2013
Pages 363
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This book focuses on three critical issues pertaining to the broader goal of sustainable development - namely, the degenerative forces of globalisation, ecological sustainability requirements, and how best to negotiate the economic transition process.



Sustainable Urban Development and Globalization

Sustainable Urban Development and Globalization Author Agostino Petrillo
ISBN-10 9783319619880
Release 2017-11-24
Pages 484
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This book equips readers with a deeper understanding of the challenges posed by radical socioeconomic, environmental, and cultural changes due to globalization and describes effective, sustainable solutions to these challenges. The focus is especially on the rapid urbanization processes in countries of the Global South, which are giving rise to dramatic new problems of spatial and social inequality and difficult environmental challenges in relation to climate change. Readers will gain skills and knowledge that will help them to develop an integrated, multidisciplinary approach to planning, design, and management of urban settlements and territories in contexts with a high level of social, economic, territorial, and landscape vulnerability. The coverage includes, for example, strategies to promote social inclusion, improve housing quality, ensure adequate education, protect cultural heritage, enhance risk management, and address issues in the food-energy-water nexus. Among the authors are leading experts from the Polytechnic University of Milan, where a multidisciplinary set of studies and research projects in the field have been undertaken in recent years.



The Dilemma of Sustainability in the Age of Globalization

The Dilemma of Sustainability in the Age of Globalization Author Mohamed El-Kamel Bakari
ISBN-10 9781498551403
Release 2017-09-05
Pages 248
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The Dilemma of Sustainability in the Age of Globalization: A Quest for a Paradigm of Development offers an exhaustive overview of the different political, social, economic, and cultural circumstances that paved the way for the inception of sustainable development. It particularly traces the evolution of this project in an unpropitious context of neo-liberal capitalism and globalization. By means of an in-depth critical comparative analysis of the two phenomena of sustainable development and globalization, this book highlights aspects of both their divergence and convergence on issues such as development, man-nature relationship, and society. This distinctive approach pinpoints the theoretical and factual aspects of clash and affinity between globalization and sustainability and spotlights some potential harmonization between the two on different levels. On the whole, this book covers a few gaps in the contemporary literature that heightened the need for analysis of the viability of implementing the project of sustainable development in a context of neoliberal capitalism. Given the highly interdisciplinary nature of its topic, a holistic approach is utilized throughout this book, integrating historical, literary, economic, political, and scientific material. The first part of this book is largely based on a critical comparative analysis of the two vying paradigms of development by means of a thorough juxtaposition of their theoretical and ideological underpinnings and backed up by lucid examples, statistics, and case-studies. In later sections, this book provides an analysis and discussion of both the extrinsic and intrinsic obstacles to promoting sustainability in the current socio-economic paradigm of development, and closes by offering glimpses of hope for the future of humankind by underlining the potential of new initiatives to revive sustainable development in the 21st century.



Globalization the Human Condition and Sustainable Development in the Twenty first Century

Globalization  the Human Condition and Sustainable Development in the Twenty first Century Author Arno Tausch
ISBN-10 9781783080496
Release 2013-10-01
Pages 346
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‘Globalization, the Human Condition and Sustainable Development in the Twenty-first Century: Cross-national Perspectives and European Implications’ is a cross-national, 175-nation-based exploration of the deep crisis in which Europe currently finds itself. Investigating the effects of dependency theory and world-systems theory upon the global success of eight dimensions of development – including democracy, environmental sustainability, employment, social cohesion, high-quality tertiary education and gender justice – this study argues that the current European crisis has been precipitated by the pro-globalist policies of the European Commission, and that in the near future these policies threaten to enter Europe into a destructive ‘race to the bottom’.



Cows Kin and Globalization

Cows  Kin  and Globalization Author Susan Alexandra Crate
ISBN-10 9780759114067
Release 2006-10-19
Pages 304
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Crate presents the first cultural ecological study of a Siberian people: the Viliui Sakha, describing the local and global forces of modernization that continue to challenge their survival, and will be of interest to environmental and economic anthropologists, as well as to practitioners interested in sustainable rural development, globalization, indigenous rights in Eurasia, and post-Soviet Russia.