Sunday, 17 June 2007


Part two of this two-part article looks at a recent report from SustainAbility that projects four scenarios of potential developments in sustainability over the next 20 years. -- To celebrate the 20th anniversary of its founding (coinciding with the release of the Brundtland Report, which coined the term "sustainable development"), UK-based think tank and consultancy SustainAbility published a report projecting the future of sustainability over the next 20 years.

Are we prepared, capable and sufficiently compassionate to really face the major social shame and difficulties of our society or do we pretend we cannot do any thing about them and wait for the disenfranchised to die away?

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