2 edition of Sustainable development in Asia found in the catalog.
Sustainable development in Asia
|Series||Report / Catholic Institute for International Relations, Reports & briefings (Catholic Institute for International Relations)|
|Contributions||Chʻamyŏ Yŏndae (Korea), Catholic Institute for International Relations., Institute for Popular Democracy (Philippines)|
|LC Classifications||HC415.E5 S87 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||97112667|
In order to advance sustainable development globally, it is indispensable to change the course and mode of conventional economic growth in the East Asian region, which has enjoyed rapid economic growth but faces environmental challenges. More than twenty authors from across Africa, Asia, North America, and Europe explore a fascinating mix of enterprises and sustainable development initiatives to illustrate the capacity of entrepreneurship as the engine for transforming our world and overcoming the diverse nature of these global by: 3.
The Asia-Pacific Sustainable Development Journal (APSDJ) aims to stimulate debate and enrich research in the formulation of policy in the Asia-Pacific region towards the fulfilment of the Agenda for Sustainable Development. Published twice a year, the APSDJ is a rebranded journal of the Unit. Sustainable Development: Constraints and Opportunities contains a selection of the author's speeches made between and During this 5-year period knowledge of environment-development relationships has grown considerably, and this evolving perception can be discerned in his statements spanning those years.
Written by Asian scholars, Mindful Communication for Sustainable Development: Perspectives from Asia analyzes Asian philosophical ideas and communication theories that promote respect for cultural diversity, protection of environment, and ‘sufficiency economic’ models. Asia and the Pacific SDG Progress Report Flagship 25 Mar This report analyses trends as well as data availability for monitoring progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Asia and the Pacific and its five subregions.
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Divided into seven parts, the topics addressed include: Environmental challenges Energy dependence and transition Economic justice Social welfare Sustainable governance. This book is the result of a pioneering conference held in Ulaan Baatar in September The first Conference on the Sustainable Development of Central Asia brought together government officials, development professionals, academics, activists and religious representatives from Central, South and East Asia and the by: 5.
Specifically, this edited book will provide a unified perspective on regional growth and sustainable development in Asia by focusing on the above two broad questions. This series of books are the output of the research project called "Sustainable Development in Asia (SDA)", which was initiated by the Association of Academies of Sciences in Asia (AASA).
They are comprised of one synthesis report, which entitled "Towards a Sustainable Asia: Green Transition and. This book presents research that focuses on Sustainable Development in Asia. Chapters are extended works of papers presented at Communication/Culture and The Sustainable Development Goals (CCSDG): Challenges for a New Generation, an international conference held in Chiang Mai University in December The quest for sustainable development.
Covering key challenges, ongoing efforts and potential solutions, Thailand's Sustainable Development Sourcebook offers an incredible array of information, ideas and inspiration through more than 60 articles on the subject, written by experts in the : The book examines the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a driver of significant transformation in the arena of sustainable investment and also how private capital can complement government funds in financing the Goals.
She currently runs market growth and strategy in Asia for one of the world's largest providers of financial markets data, Infrastructure, and Risk Intelligence and is a member of the United Nations Secretary General's Task Force of Digital Financing of the Sustainable Development Goals.
For South Asia, the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) represent a constructive opportunity to end many of the region's deprivations in a time-bound and systematic manner. Starting with the legacy of the Millennium Development Goals, the book goes on to provide a country-by-country overview of strategies for addressing the problems of poverty, health, water and Author: Nitya Mohan Khemka, Suraj Kumar.
Sustainable Development and Energy Transition in Europe and Asia, Volume 9. Editor(s): sustainable agricultural development in India and the empowerment of women in Vietnam via microfinance, this book addresses sustainable development policies in China and Southeast Asia from many different perspectives.
Author Bios. Poverty and sustainable development in Asia: impacts and responses to the global economic crisis. Mandaluyong City, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, 1.
Economic crisis. Poverty. Sustainable development. Asia. Asian Development Bank. The views expressed in this book are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, Douglas V. Sustainable development in Asia. Manila, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, This unique book documents and disseminates the wealth of know-how on sustainable development research in the Asia-Pacific Region today. It presents lessons learned and comparative case studies from various countries, including India, China, Indonesia, the.
Issues of global change and sustainable development are of particular importance in the Asia-Pacific region given especially rapid development and population increase. This book presents chapters by leading international experts on global change and sustainable development and provides an invaluable reference for all researchers and policy makers in the : Hardcover.
Sustainable development that leaves no one behind. The Agenda for Sustainable Development is an ambitious, universal and holistic agenda. UNDP promotes an integrated approach that tackles the connected issues of multidimensional poverty, inequality and exclusion, and sustainability, while enhancing knowledge, skills and production technologies to enlarge peoples’ choices, reduce risks.
Asia – Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development • Held in Bangkok ESCAP on May • Attended by more than participants including representatives of governments, major groups and other stakeholders, United Nation bodies and programs and other international organization and entities.
The Asia-Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development (APFSD) is an annual and inclusive intergovernmental forum and a regional platform for supporting countries, in particular those with special needs, in the implementation of the Agenda for Sustainable Development. The objective of this book is to demonstrate to the international development community, including policy makers in developing countries, the contribution that international trade can make to achieving the SDGs.
The recently agreed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are expected to guide development through the time : Matthias Helble, Ben Shepherd. Every month, the SDG Book Club uses books as a tool to encourage children ages to interact with the principles of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through a curated reading list.
Foreword / Punsalmaagiin Ochirbat --Foreword / Kushok Bakula Rinpoche --On the Need for a Unified Approach to Sustainable Development in Central Asia / Sander G. Tideman --Pt. Defining the Region. Conceptual Geographies of Central Asia / Shirin Akiner --Pt. Theoretical Approaches to Sustainable Development.
For South Asia, the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) represent a constructive opportunity to end many of the region's deprivations in a time-bound and systematic manner.
Starting with the legacy of the Millennium Development Goals, the book goes on to provide a country-by-country overview of strategies for addressing the problems of poverty, health, water and sanitation.Complete Book PDF (MB) Sustainable Development of Wildlife Tourism in Asia and the Pacific (online only): EUR Citation.
World Tourism Organization and Guangdong Chimelong Group (), Sustainable Development of Wildlife Tourism in Asia and the Pacific, UNWTO, Madrid, DOI. Sustainable Development The economic bloc of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) is often cited as an economic success story.
Its combined GDP per capita increased from $ in to $4, inand expectations for .