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Sviluppo sostenibile. Le dimensioni sociali…

Sviluppo sostenibile. Le dimensioni sociali

by Luca Davico

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Un numero crescente di piani e progetti fa riferimento alla sostenibilità: si parla sempre più spesso di mobilità sostenibile, di architettura sostenibile o, più in generale, di un "futuro sostenibile". Il volume ricostruisce la vicenda di questa idea, nata per conciliare ambiente, crescita economica ed equità sociale; esamina le caratteristiche, le finalità e le modalità di attuazione dei diversi progetti orientati allo sviluppo sostenibile, sottolineandone le implicazioni in ambito economico, politico, militare, scientifico e culturale.
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