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Green Economy and Sustainable Development: Bringing Back the Social


Green Economy and Sustainable Development: Bringing Back the Social
DVD Content:
  • Green Economy and Sustainable Development: Bringing Back the Social
    Discussions about Green Economy often ignore the Social - this video addresses the issue.
  • Social Policies for Sustainable Development
    In green economy and sustainable development debates, some groups have more power to determine goals, policies and outcomes than others.
  • Putting a Price on Nature: Can Markets be Green and Social?
    Dominant market-based approaches to solving environmental problems do not necessarily generate and sustain growth or produce socially equitable outcomes.
  • Green Economy Coalitions for Change
    To reduce poverty, social policy cannot be separated from efforts to create structural change, and should not be separated from economic and environmental policy.
  • Food for the Future: Agriculture in a Sustainable World
    Food security is crucial to all people, and how we achieve it will require changes not just to production, but also to trade, distribution and consumption.
  • Sustainable Futures, Alternative Visions
    'Green economy' is not the only development trajectory possible. We need to move from business-as-usual to addressing the root causes of inequality, poverty and environmental degradation.

The six films on this DVD can also be viewed online.
  • Publication and ordering details
  • Pub. Date: 5 Jul 2012
    Pub. Place: Geneva
    From: UNRISD