No More Takeout

No More Takeout

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Can there be a common definition of sustainable development? Views on sustainable development range from those of the mainstream economist to the hardened environmentalist a€“ via many shades of green. This book offers a clear overview of the debates and sets out the various theories, providing an accessible introduction for all who now need to understand how sustainable development affects their working practices. The text is structured around key questions on the concept of sustainable development: Does it define a starting point, a process, or the enda€“goal? Can it provide a coherent theory? Is it a workable concept in practice? Is it a€˜balanceda€™ or does a€˜balancea€™ form part of the solution? Mark Mawhinney explores the various strands of thought that claim to define sustainable development a€“ as a concept, a theory or as a set of principles. He also highlights gaps in understanding that often arise and attempts to break down the barriers to a common understanding a€“ redefining current concepts in terms that will help to progress the debate on sustainable development.Drain in a colander and set aside. 1 2 3 Fill a stockpot 3a„4 full with water and bring to a boil over high heat. Add 1 tablespoon salt and the pasta, and cook according to instructions on the package, until pasta is al dente. Drain in a colander inanbsp;...

Title:No More Takeout
Author:Stephen Hartigan, Jerry Boak
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2009-04-27


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