持続可能な開発の課題<br>Survival for a Small Planet : The Sustainable Development Agenda (PAP/CDR)

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Survival for a Small Planet : The Sustainable Development Agenda (PAP/CDR)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 359 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781844070770
  • DDC分類 338.927

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Includes CD-ROM of Civil Society documents on the World Summit on Sustainable Development from over 500 organizations in 80 countries.

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Few scientific developments have given rise to as much controversy as biotechnology. Numerous groups are united in their opposition, expressing concern over environmental and health risks, impacts on rural livelihoods, the economic dominance of multinational companies and the ethical implications of crossing species boundaries. Among the supporters of the technology are those that believe in its potential to enhance food security, further economic development, increase productivity and reduce environmental pressures. As a result, countries - and sectors within countries - find themselves at odds with each other while potential opportunities for development offered by the use of biotechnology are seized or missed, and related risks go unmanaged.This book, a unique interdisciplinary collection of perspectives from the developing world, examines the ongoing debate. Writing for the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, leading experts address issues such as diffusion of technology, intellectual property rights, the Cartagena Protocol, impacts of international trade, capacity building and biotechnology research and regulation. With the most recent and relevant examples from around the world, Trading in Genes offers the reader a single-volume overview of the connections between biotechnology, trade and sustainability that is both wide-ranging and thorough.

Table of Contents

        List of Tables, Figures and Boxes          viii
List of Contributors x
Foreword xviii
Mohammed Valli Moosa
List of Acronyms and Abbreviations xx
Acknowledgements xxiv
Part 1: Global Governance
The World Summit on Sustainable 3 (20)
Development: Was it Worthwhile?
Tom Bigg
Security and Sustainability 23 (9)
Jan Pronk
The Trade and Environment Agenda 32 (14)
Post-Johannesburg
Mark Halle
Nicola Borregaard
Moving Beyond Kyoto: Developing Countries, 46 (13)
Climate Change and Sustainable Development
Adil Najam
Saleemul Huq
Youba Sokona
Financing Sustainable Development: Is There 59 (8)
Life after Johannesburg?
Adil Najam
Global Public Goods: Some Key Questions 67 (7)
Keith Bezanson
Towards Better Multilateral Environmental 74 (11)
Agreements: Filling the Knowledge Gaps
Adil Najam
The International Framework for Action: Is 85 (16)
the CSD the Best We Can Do?
Simon Upton
Part 2: National and Local Governance
National Sustainable Development Strategies 101 (20)
Stephen Bass
Barry Dalal-Clayton
Striving for Good Governance in Urban 121 (16)
Areas: The Role of Local Agenda 21s in
Africa, Asia and Latin America
Gordon McGranahan
Liliana Miranda
David Satterthwaite
Luz Stella Velasquez
Part 3: Equity and Sustainable Development -
Towards New Ways of Working?
Environment and Human Rights: A New 137 (15)
Approach to Sustainable Development
Maria Adebowale
Chris Church
Beatrice Nduta Kairie
Boris Vasylkivsky
Yelena Panina
The Politics of Radical Partnerships: 152 (21)
Sustainable Development, Rights and
Responsibilities
Charles Secrett
The Age of Globalization 173 (7)
Tariq Banuri
What Does the Feminization of Labour Mean 180 (11)
for Sustainable Livelihoods?
Nazneen Kanji
Kalyani Menon-Sen
Environment and Human Health: Towards a 191 (9)
Shared Agenda for Sustainable Development
Gordon McGranahan
Marianne Kjellen
The Links between Migration, Globalization 200 (7)
and Sustainable Development
Cecilia Tacoli
Research Partnerships for Sustainable 207 (8)
Development
Steve Bass
Part 4: Poverty Reduction and Natural
Resource Management
Poverty and Environment 215 (12)
Damian Killeen
Shaheen Rafi Khan
Forest Policy and Practice since UNCED 227 (20)
Steve Bass
James Mayers
Sonja Vermeulen
Poverty Reduction through Conservation and 247 (11)
Sustainable Use of Biodiversity
Izabella Koziell
Charles McNeill
Reconciling Agriculture and Wildlife: 258 (10)
Policy and Research Challenges of
`Ecoagriculture'
Sara J Scherr
Jeffrey A McNeely
Improving Access to Water and Sanitation: 268 (17)
Rethinking the Way Forward in Light of the
Millennium Development Goals
Gordon McGranahan
David Satterthwaite
Part 5: Markets and Sustainable Development
Do the Poor Count? 285 (7)
Roberto Bissio
The Chains of Agriculture: Sustainability 292 (17)
and the Restructuring of Agrifood Markets
Bill Vorley
Pro-poor Tourism: Harnessing the World's 309 (17)
Largest Industry for the World's Poor;
Turning the Rhetoric into Action for
Sustainable Development and Poverty
Reduction
Dilys Roe
Penny Urquhart
Mining and Minerals: Breaking New Ground 326 (17)
Luke Danielson
Corporate Citizenship: Revisiting the 343 (10)
Relationship between Business, Good
Governance and Sustainable Development
Halina Ward
Nicola Borregaard
Paul Kapelus
Index 353