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State of the World 2012: Moving Toward Sustainable Prosperity

 

Table of Contents for State of the World 2012

Foreword, Luis A. Ubiñas, President, Ford Foundation

Preface, Robert Engelman, President, Worldwatch Institute

State of the World: A Year in Review, Matt Richmond

1) Making the Green Economy Work for Everybody, in full; Policy Brief

Michael Renner

2) The Path to Degrowth in Overdeveloped Countries, in full; Policy Brief
Erik Assadourian

3) Planning for Inclusive and Sustainable Urban Development; Policy Brief
Eric S. Belsky

4) Moving Toward Sustainable Transport; Policy Brief
Michael Replogle and Colin Hughes

5) Information and Communications Technologies Creating Livable, Equitable, Sustainable Cities; Policy Brief
Diana Lind

6) Measuring U.S. Sustainable Urban Development; Policy Brief
Eugenie L. Birch and Amy Lynch

7) Reinventing the Corporation; Policy Brief
Allen L. White and Monica Baraldi

8 ) A New Global Architecture for Sustainability Governance; Policy Brief
Maria Ivanova

POLICY TOOLBOX (Section Introduction)

9) Nine Population Strategies to Stop Short of 9 Billion in full; Policy Brief
Robert Engelman

10) From Light Green to Sustainable Buildings; Policy Brief
Kaarin Taipale

11) Public Policies on More-Sustainable Consumption; Policy Brief
Helio Mattar

12) Mobilizing the Business Community in Brazil and Beyond; Policy Brief
Jorge Abrahão, Paulo Itacarambi, and Henrique Lian

13) Growing a Sustainable Future; Policy Brief
Monique Mikhail

14) Food Security and Equity in a Climate-Constrained World; Policy Brief
Mia MacDonald

15) Biodiversity: Combating the Sixth Mass Extinction in full; Policy Brief
Bo Normander

16) Ecosystem Services for Sustainable Prosperity; Policy Brief
Ida Kubiszewski and Robert Costanza

17) Getting Local Government Right; Policy Brief
Joseph Foti

Notes

Index

 

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