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Our Common Future.
The report of the World Commission on Environment an Development.
Most of today's decision makers will be dead before the planet suffers the full consequences of acid rain, global warming, ozone depletion, widespread desertification, and species loss. Most of today's young voters will be alive.

The World Commission on Environment and Development, headed by Gro Harlem Brundtland, Prime Minister of Norway, was set up as an independent body in 1983 by the United Nations. Its brief was to re-examine the critical environment and development problems on the planet and to formulate realistic proposals to solve them, and to ensure that human progress will be sustained through development without bankrupting the resources of future generations.

Our Common Future serves notice that the time has come for a marriage of economy and ecology, so that governments and their people can take responsibility not just for environmental damage, but for the policies that cause the damage. Some of these policies threaten the survival of the human race. They can be changed. But we must act now.

This is the most important document of the decade on the future of the world.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Acronyms and Note on Terminology
Chairman's Foreword
From One Earth to One World

Part I. Common Concerns

1. A Threatened Future

I. Symptoms and Causes
II. New Approaches to Environment and Development

2. Towards Sustainable Development

I.The Concept of Sustainable Development
II. Equity and the Common Interest
III.Strategic Imperatives
IV. Conclusion

3. The Role of the International Economy

I. The International Economy, the Environment, and Development
II. Decline in the 1980s
III. Enabling Sustainable Development
IV. A Sustainable World Economy

Part II. Common Challenges

4. Population and Human Resources

I. The Links with Environment and Development
II. The Population Perspective
III. A Policy Framework

5. Food Security: Sustaining the Potential

I. Achievements
II. Signs of Crisis
III. The Challenge
IV. Strategies for Sustainable Food Security
V. Food for the Future

6. Species and Ecosystems: Resources for Development

I. The Problem: Character and Extent
II. Extinction Patterns and Trends
III. Some Causes of Extinction
IV. Economic Values at Stake
V. New Approach: Anticipate and Prevent
VI. International Action for National Species
VII. Scope for National Action
VIII. The Need for Action

7. Energy: Choices for Environment and Development

I. Energy, Economy, and Environment
II. Fossil Fuels: The Continuing Dilemma
III. Nuclear Energy: Unsolved Problems
IV. Wood Fuels: The Vanishing Resource
V. Renewable Energy: The Untapped Potential
VI. Energy Efficiency: Maintaining the Momentum
VII. Energy Conservation Measures
VIII. Conclusion

8. Industry: Producing More With Less

I. Industrial Growth and its Impact
II. Sustainable Industrial Development in a Global Context
III. Strategies for Sustainable Industrial Development

9. The Urban Challenge

I. The Growth of Cities
II. The Urban Challenge in Developing Countries
III. International Cooperation

Part III. Common Endeavours

10. Managing The Commons

I. Oceans: The Balance of Life
II. Space: A Key to Planetary Management
III. Antarctica: Towards Global Cooperation

11. Peace, Security, Development, and the Environment

I. Environmental Stress as a Source of Conflict
II. Conflict as a Cause of Unsustainable Development
III. Towards Security and Sustainable Development

12. Towards Common Action: Proposals For Institutional and Legal Change

I. The Challenge for Institutional and Legal Change
II. Proposals for Institutional and Legal Change
III. A Call for Action

Annexe 1: Summary of Proposed Legal Principles for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development Adopted by the WCED Experts Group on Environmental Law
Annexe 2: The Commission and its Work
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