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Grundorientierungen auf dem Weg zur Nachhaltigkeit

  • Paul Ekins
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Zusammenfassung

Die Diskussionen über die Lösung der Umweltkrise drehen sich immer mehr um den Begriff der «nachhaltigen Entwicklung». Dies macht es unbedingt erforderlich, diesen Ausdruck so eindeutig zu definieren, daß er weitgehende Zustimmung finden kann. Leider ist das gegenwärtig noch keineswegs der Fall.

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