Sustainable Development: The UK Strategy
H.M. Stationery Office, 1994 - Environmental policy - 268 pages
At the Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 the UK Prime Minister and over 150 other heads of state or government committed their countries to working towards national strategies for the protection of our local, national and global environment. The four UK official strategies were published simultaneously: Sustainable development, Biodiversity, Climate Change and Sustainable Forestry. They should be of interest to everyone concerned with or involved in the future of our environment throughout the world.
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BE CONTENTS BOWMAN CONTENTS SECTION CHAPTER PAGE LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
INTRODUCTION AND PRINCIPLES Context and Scope 2 Preparation of the Strategy
Principles of Sustainable Development
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