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Hauptsachtitel:
The ecological dimension in the post-2015 agenda for sustainable development.
Untertitel/Zusätze:
Position paper of german environment and development organizations.
Erscheinungsort:
Berlin
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Einführung:
Many global problems have remained unsolved and new ones have arisen since the Millennium Declaration in 2000, which is the basis for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Growing social inequality, continuous and increasing environmental devastation, increasing natural resource use, progressing urbanization and migration, as well intensifying climate change are challenges for both countries in the north and south. While the MDGs′ targets, which were aimed at poverty reduction, achieved political results due to their straight-forwardness, as well as their communicable and quantifiable nature, they remain unsatisfactory in many areas such as social justice, peace and security, democracy building, human rights, and global governance reform. They also disregard the vital link between social development processes and ecological, social, and economic sustainability and do not question economic growth vis-à-vis our planet′s obvious natural limits.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
I. Background and History

II. Basic Principles and Guideline for Sustainable Development

III. Proposals for an Ecologically Oriented Set of Goals
1. Sustainable use of water
2. Healthy Oceans and Sustainable Fisheries
3. Preservation and Restoration
of Soil Fertility and Access to Land
4. Forest Conservation and Sustainable Use of Forests
5. Conservation and Restoration
of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
6. Halting Climate Change
7. Sustainable and Fair Agriculture
and Eradication of Hunger
8. Sustainable Production and Consumption Patterns
9. Sustainable Energy Use

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Datum des Zugriffs:
01.10.2015