José Eli da Veiga, professor at the University of São Paulo (Brazil), is the author of many books on sustainability. In The Global Disgovernance of Sustanability, he presents the complex board of international politics that seems reckless when it comes to dealing with the natural pillars on which its development depends.
1 de outubro de 2014
2014 – The Global Disgovernance of Sustainability
Sustainability as a new value is a process that, in many aspects, is only beginning. It is based, however, on a path of more than four decades. This book aims to present the exact course of this story, its advances and retreats, as well as the traps that have prevented the building of a global governance of sustainable development.