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    It’s Time for a Supranational Sustainable Development Authority The ingenuity of man that lead to the unprecedented global development of the twentieth century would certainly not have been possible without the earth’s rich natural resources.  In this century, Earth has endured a population explosion, yet still has the agricultural capacity to nourish a global population of over six million people.  At the same time, the quality-of-life in industrialized nations is perceived to have risen in

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    Several studies commissioned to look into ways of modern business values, by values the profit, and growth, which the companies strive to accomplish in all their enterprises, meant. Business world is changing too fast. Technology, globalization, markets, new competitors, new activities are all causing quicker modifications in our corporate environments, which are the examples of new business values. Focusing on the results mean that we have to define very clearly what is the modern business values

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    Political and economic factors are the main causes of environmental related problems. However, the society is also a crucial factor to consider. We , as citizens, must work hand in hand with the government in order to make changes. Taking that into consideration, we are going to discover further in two aspects, which are education and infrastructure between London and Beijing. First of all, education plays an important role in shaping society 's common practice. Both British and Chinese government

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    Environment Pollution Protection

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    The proverb in China is” When spider webs unite, they can tie up a lion.” Teamwork is the best way to succeed. Government as spider builds up their social network between national and international. In fact, the cooperation with the international environmental pollution protection is necessary. In addition, citizens and companies as silks make the society development stronger. The government is the leader in the community to lead citizens that they can be sustainable development. Government should

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    abundant natural resource, but lack capital to extract these resources. These would encourage countries to export goods in which they have comparative advantage. These comparative advantages exist in form of labor-intensive goods and natural resources and the economy rely heavily on the export goods. The statistic will indicate a high output and increase living standard, it creates an illusion that people enjoy a higher living standard. Furthermore, the economic systems view man-made capital being equivalent

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    Introduction: Sustainability within the business community is changing. The subjects business and sustainability have long been looked at as inconsistent philosophies for many years. The great business mind Milton Friedman has spoken extensively on the subject of the ethical business behaviour’s purpose to consider only a profit motive of a business for its shareholders; however, his view only adds to the short-termism approach that propagates the inconsistency between the two subjects (Friedman

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    resources effectively to be able to preserve them. If necessary, resources can be processed to accumulate capital that can be used to help prevent the overuse of resources. ‘For countries dependant on non-renewable natural capital, transforming natural capital to other forms of wealth, is the path to sustainable development . For many developing countries fortunate enough to have large endowments of natural resources, it is precisely the failure to make this transformation that threatens the sustainability

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    Clough-Riquelme and Bringas Rábago state that in order to end inequality and poverty, the regime of political economy needs to be altered instead of the poor being blamed for their own poverty. Policies that are centered on the needs and wishes of global capital rather than on a region’s residents will leave household and community efforts as worthless gestures that only provide temporary relief from poverty. Alternative development cannot stop at the household level, but should instead... ... middle of

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    Paul Hawken

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    1987, The Ecology of Commerce published in 1993, and Natural Capitalism: Creating the Next Industrial Revolution published in 1999. These books have influenced many people all across the world and been commented on by people such as Bill Clinton. Currently he is working on a book entitled Blessed Unrest. Along with these books, Hawken has written dozens of articles, op-eds, and other papers concerning the responsibility of business to the natural environment, and our social and ethical obligations

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    That can lead to the water stress and pollution. Cotton is one of the common natural fibers and it is also a thirsty crop, to produce one cotton shirt it takes 2,700 liters of water which is enough amount of water for one person to drink 2 ½ years (3p Contributor., 2015). The chemical wastages from chemical dye and bleaches that produce

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