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Title: Agenda 2003 : where next for sustainable development?
Other Titles: Agenda : where next for sustainable development?
Authors: Sustainable Development Commission
Keywords: Climate change
Energy
Sustainable communities
Enabling sustainable lives
Shaping sustainable places
Issue Date: 19-Feb-2003
Series/Report no.: SDC reports and papers
Abstract: Tony Blair’s conclusion that sustainability stands as the singular goal, for leaders and decision makers at all levels, was a turning point for advocates of a more sustainable future. Sustainable development entered the political mainstream as never before in 2002. Agenda 2003 is aimed at leaders from all sections of society, not just government. This report offers those with the power to effect change an informed briefing on the key sustainable development issues facing the United Kingdom. This is our agenda and a call to action. The next steps we take together.
Version: Publisher PDF
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10023/2299
Type: Report
Rights: (c) Sustainable Development Commission
Publication Status: Published
Status: Peer reviewed
Publisher: Sustainable Development Commission
Appears in Collections:Sustainable Development Commission Reports



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