Radical goals for sustainable development
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Let us imagine for a moment that we could change the world according to our wishes. Dramatic economic inequality gives way to social and political inclusion. Universal human rights become a reality. We end deforestation and the destruction of arable land. Fish stocks recover. Two billion people look forward to a life without poverty, hunger and violence. Rather than paying lip service to climate change and resource scarcity, we start to respect and uphold the limits of our planet and its atmosphere.
Unmuessig, B. (2015, January 5). Radical goals for sustainable development. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A11.
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Sustainable development; Economics; Sociological aspects; Political aspects; Deforestation; Stocks; Poverty alleviation; Climatic changes; Environmental protection; Framework; International agreements; Biodiversity; Environments; Food security; Environmental impact; Livelihoods; Plastics; Food chains; Education; Public health; Financing; Trade; Developing countries; Aid; International policy; Millennium Development Goals (MDGs); Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); United Nations (UN)
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