Although it is now widely recognized throughout societies around the world that humankind is straining the capacity of our planet, the responses of the many parties who need to come together to solve the myriad challenges have in general been sectoral in their approach. Yet the dangers presented by drawing successively on Earth's natural resources and exacerbating drought, water scarcity, hunger, health - indeed the viability of whol ecommunities and countries - coupled with the economic and social aspirations of the developed and developing world, clearly call for holistic vision leading to coordinated action. In this book, eight highly experienced authors from acaemia, intergovernmental negotiation, and diplomacy each present their own perspective and assess prospects for progress. the necessity for interdisciplinarity of approach, and for partnership and altruism on an unprecedented scale for solution, and for new negotiation and arbitration frameworks, emerge as inevitalbe conclusions.
1. - How Fragile is the Earth System? 2. - Risks of Conflict: Resource and Population Pressures 3. - Valuing the Earth: Reintegrating the Study of Humans and the Rest of Nature 4. - Can Technology Save us from Global Climate Change? 5. - The Role of Corporate Leadership 6. - Who Governs a Sustainable World? The Role of International Courts and Tribunals 7. - The Climate Change Regime: Can a Divided World Unite? 8. - Protecting the Vulnerable: Climate Change and Food Security
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