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Earthly dimensions of peace: The Earth Charter

Abelardo Brenes, Deborah Du Nann Winter
2001 Peace and Conflict: The Journal of Peace Psychology  
Similarly, in 1997 the UN Environment Programme observed that despite progress, the pace at which the world is moving toward a sustainable future is simply too slow.  ...  PSYCHOLOGICAL VALUE OF THE EARTH CHARTER The Earth Charter was designed to guide behavioral change toward sustainable development by calling on our responsibilities as global citizens.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327949pac0702_06 fatcat:j4sexh2egrf5hfqgnxalzd36m4

Fairness in a Fragile World: A Memo on Sustainable Development

Wolfgang Sachs, Henri Acselrad, Farida Akhter, Ada Amon, Tewolde Berhan Gebre Egziabher, Hillary French, Pekka Haavisto, Paul Hawken, Hazel Henderson, Ashok Khosla, Sara Larrain, Reinhard Loske (+5 others)
2002 New Perspectives Quarterly  
cleaner, less costly and more equitable development patterns.  ...  De-linking economic growth from an increase in resource use, and social progress from economic growth, can take them a long way into a sustainable future.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-5842.2002.tb00082.x fatcat:l4hlcwxvaja3nfyrz5hcm27pki

Earth Science Education as a Key Component of Education for Sustainability

Clara Vasconcelos, Nir Orion
2021 Sustainability  
By moving away from both traditional practices and traditional perceptions, environmental insight and geoethics will lead towards an education for sustainability that provides the citizens of Earth with  ...  Yet, the world is far from achieving sustainable development, making the role of the Earth science education in promoting education for sustainability even more relevant.  ...  Teaching geoethics, along with the promotion of environmental insight, will enable a shift towards a cleaner environment and a healthier and more equitable society.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13031316 fatcat:2wmiockpqzatzdfddtmpyvq3x4

Rethinking Sustainability on Planet Earth: A Time for New Framings

Arielle Dylan
2013 Electronic Green Journal  
fragile.  ...  notions of progress and growth.  ... 
doi:10.5070/g313412586 fatcat:t2vctrh42rb5robpmcjhkeyswe

The Fragile Menagerie: Biodiversity Loss, Climate Change, and the Law

James Ming Chen
2016 Social Science Research Network  
This Article takes a modest step toward remedying that shortcoming.  ...  Krieps, Comment, Sustainable Use of Endangered Species Under CITES: Is It a Sustainable Alternative?, 17 U. PA. J. INT'L ECON.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2862882 fatcat:nh4x4wuavfdzxeqck3dlmdxplm

'Earth system governance' as a crosscutting theme of global change research

Frank Biermann
2007 Global Environmental Change  
the modes of allocation in earth system governance-in short, the five A's of earth system governance research. r  ...  I then sketch the five key problem structures that complicate earth system governance, and derive from these four overarching principles for earth system governance as political practice, namely credibility  ...  Normative uncertainty inevitably requires current generations to work towards a model of earth system governance and, implicitly, towards a future state of the earth system whose desirability for future  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2006.11.010 fatcat:jsavuaa2sbftvljkrnkpd4ubqu

Down to Earth: Planetary Health and Biophilosophy in the Symbiocene Epoch

Susan Prescott, Alan Logan
2017 Challenges  
., we focus on the urgency with which health promotion must be prioritized here on Earth.  ...  Fulfillment defines the symbiocene's commitment to equitable access to healthy, nutritious food and 'stable, sustainable, and healthy ecosystems' as stated in the recent Vienna Declaration on Public Health  ...  planetary ecosystems that sustain all life [3] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/challe8020019 fatcat:6njzjubdyvhsllgv57gsgrbkli

Space Junk [chapter]

Alice Gorman
2020 Earth 2020  
The path toward sustainability in chemicals management is achievable.  ...  Progress accelerated through the 1980s, with the establishment of the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP).  ...  See also 'Earth and Plastic' by Roland Geyer in this volume.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0193.27 fatcat:zadldbhlm5b2xhfx7tpaq7bx74

Invited perspectives: Building sustainable and resilient communities – recommended actions for natural hazard scientists

Joel C. Gill, Faith E. Taylor, Melanie J. Duncan, Solmaz Mohadjer, Mirianna Budimir, Hassan Mdala, Vera Bukachi
2021 Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences  
Understanding Earth processes and dynamics underpins hazard analysis, which (alongside analysis of other disaster risk drivers) informs the actions required to manage and reduce disaster risk.  ...  (ii) prioritise effective, positive, long-term partnerships; (iii) understand and listen to your stakeholders; (iv) embed cultural understanding into natural hazard research; (v) ensure improved and equitable  ...  Mainstreaming these in collective learning documents such as voluntary national reviews (on progress towards the SDGs) can help build recognition of the value of particular measures.  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhess-21-187-2021 fatcat:nfygqnh5mrh5fcb6xpo365guna

Ensuring a Post-COVID Economic Agenda Tackles Global Biodiversity Loss

Pamela McElwee, Esther Turnout, Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline, Jennifer Clapp, Cindy Isenhour, Tim Jackson, Eszter Kelemen, Daniel C. Miller, Graciela Rusch, Joachim H. Spangenberg, Anthony Waldron, Rupert J. Baumgartner (+6 others)
2020 One Earth  
These include measures to shift away from activities that damage biodiversity and toward those supporting ecosystem resilience, including through incentives, regulations, fiscal policy, and employment  ...  practices and innovation.'' 1 The COVID-19 pandemic may accelerate trends toward reduced consumption, given massively reduced travel and rethinking of what counts as a good quality of life. 67 However  ...  We must not only address the short-term economic pain caused by the pandemic, but also think about what kind of economy we want and need for a sustainable, just, and equitable future in the long term.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.oneear.2020.09.011 pmid:34173540 pmcid:PMC7526599 fatcat:eubfy7kpl5hklpliglpxuux6ze

OBSOLETE: Convention on Biological Diversity [chapter]

Jeffrey A. McNeely
2018 Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences  
Measuring progress towards sustainability, and managing adaptively, is an important aspect of forest management.  ...  Particular attention is given to, inter alia, "fragile ecosystems" (art. 4.8(g) ).  ...  The principal future challenge of the initiative will be to decide how national sustainable development strategies can be linked to the regional scope. There has been progress on this front.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-409548-9.09972-3 fatcat:zgcxqa2gyndepcbtpznz6cspzq

How on Earth: Flourishing in a Not-for-Profit World by 2050 [article]

Jennifer Hinton, Donnie Maclurcan
2019 arXiv   pre-print
This work presents both a critique of the current economic system and a vision of a more socially, economically, and ecologically sustainable economy.  ...  ., for-profit or not-for-profit) and the ramifications of this for global sustainability challenges such as environmental pollution, resource use, climate change, and economic inequality.  ...  The life-sustaining systems of Earth are collapsing at an alarming rate.  ... 
arXiv:1902.01398v1 fatcat:ese2z2lsm5h3vddkizoxcz4hma

THE SIGNIFICANT ROLE OF THE TOURISM IN ACHIEVING THE UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Aneta Stojanovska-Stefanova, Nikola V. Dimitrov, Marija Magdinceva-Sopova
2019 Knowledge International Journal  
Since the first United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in 1992 - known as the Earth Summit, it was recognized that achieving sustainable development would require the active participation  ...  to sustainable development.  ...  A tourism sector that adopts sustainable consumption and production (SCP) practices can play a significant role in accelerating the global shift towards sustainability.  ... 
doi:10.35120/kij34051259s fatcat:gju4uogeyjej3a4h74vnh5fygi

Spatio-temporal analysis of the urban–rural gradient structure: an application in a Mediterranean mountainous landscape (Serra San Bruno, Italy)

G. Modica, M. Vizzari, M. Pollino, C. R. Fichera, P. Zoccali, S. Di Fazio
2012 Earth System Dynamics  
Thus, a thorough comprehension of the evolution trends of landscapes, in particular those linked to urban-rural relations, is crucial for a sustainable landscape planning.  ...  Earth Syst. Dynam., 3, 263-279, 2012 www.earth-syst-dynam.net/3/263/2012/ www.earth-syst-dynam.net/3/263/2012/ Earth Syst. Dynam., 3, 263-279, 2012 Earth Syst.  ...  Finally, these analyses can allow the implementation of landscape management tools and sustainable medium-and long-term landscape planning so as to direct future changes towards those which had positive  ... 
doi:10.5194/esd-3-263-2012 fatcat:3qsashxspnbgpfpoh3reuya3wa

The Challenge of the New Generation- Sustainable Consumption and Production

Vijerupa Sena Peiris
2017 International Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies  
We have to mix the principles with action suited for modern world if we want to progress towards sustainability.  ...  Only then we will be able to travel along the path of Sustainable Development to achieve equitable development for us and our progeny.  ... 
doi:10.4038/ijms.v3i2.2 fatcat:la5rbjpionbunaupqqqehz2ree
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