Category Archives: International law

Proposals for a New World Governance

How should we organize? How can we organize in a fair and sustainable manner? How can we govern effectively? These deceptively simple questions have been troubling philosophers, jurists and theologians since the dawn of time. These are the questions the … Continue reading

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China Sustainable Development Strategy Report 2011. Greening the Economic Transformation

The world is in the most crucial period of transition in the 21st century, in which the future of human civilization will Pandora Bracelets Sale it is advisable  depend on our choice today. China has become the second largest economy … Continue reading

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Low-Carbon Economy and Sustainable Development

The German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU) will present its latest flagship report, “World in Transition: A Social Contract for a Great Transformation”, to Annette Schavan, Federal Pandora Silver Beads since our  Minister of Education and Research, and Federal … Continue reading

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