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Cultures of sustainability and wellbeing : theories, histories and policies / edited by Paola Spinozzi and Massimiliano Mazzanti.

Contributor(s): Spinozzi, Paola [editor.] | Mazzanti, Massimiliano [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Routledge studies in culture and sustainable development.Publisher: London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018Description: xix, 313 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138234543 (hardback) .Subject(s): Sustainable development | Well-being | Environmental economicsDDC classification: 338.927 CUL
Contents:
pt. I Sustainable wellbeing in theory and history Prologue /​ Paola Spinozzi I.1.Creating capacities for human flourishing: an alternative approach to human development /​ Paul James I.2.The incongruities of sustainability: an examination of the UN Earth Summit Declarations 1972 2012 /​ Gonzalo Salazar I.3.Slow living and sustainability: the Victorian legacy /​ Wendy Parkins I.4.Innovation and consumption in the evolution of capitalist societies /​ Pier Paolo Saviotti I.5.In a prescient mode: (un)sustainable societies in the post/​apocalyptic genre /​ Paola Spinozzi pt. II Policies and institutions for wellbeing Prologue /​ Massimiliano Mazzanti II.1.Contextualising sustainability: socio-economic dynamics, technology and policies /​ Marianna Gilli II.2.Social equity and ecological sustainability through the lens of degrowth /​ Valeria Andreoni Contents note continued: II.3.Institutionalist climate governance for pleasant cities and the good life /​ Ruben Huele II.4.Assessing public awareness about biodiversity in Europe /​ Anna Kalinowska II.5.Is the current global role of English sustainable? /​ Richard Chapman pt. III Sustainable wellbeing via habitat and citizenship III.1.The impact of settlements on urban river basins and the case of the Belem River in Curitiba, Brazil /​ Zulma Das Gracas Lucena Schussel III.2.Creative social innovation and urbanism: the case of Medellin /​ Maria Florencia Guidobono III.3.Long-term visions and ordinary management: post-earthquake reconstruction in the Italian region of Emilia /​ Gianfranco Franz III.4.Urban life and climate change at the core of political dialogue: a focus on Saint-Louis du Senegal /​ Cherif Samsedine Sarr III.5.Is ethno-tourism a strategy of sustainable wellbeing? A focus on Mapuche entrepreneurs /​ Sofia Rojo Contents note continued: III.6.Japanese castle towns as models for contemporary urban planning /​ Shigeru Satoh III.7.Vietnam's pathway towards sustainability: stories half-told /​ Yen Dan Tong.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

pt. I Sustainable wellbeing in theory and history
Prologue /​ Paola Spinozzi
I.1.Creating capacities for human flourishing: an alternative approach to human development /​ Paul James
I.2.The incongruities of sustainability: an examination of the UN Earth Summit Declarations 1972
2012 /​ Gonzalo Salazar
I.3.Slow living and sustainability: the Victorian legacy /​ Wendy Parkins
I.4.Innovation and consumption in the evolution of capitalist societies /​ Pier Paolo Saviotti
I.5.In a prescient mode: (un)sustainable societies in the post/​apocalyptic genre /​ Paola Spinozzi
pt. II Policies and institutions for wellbeing
Prologue /​ Massimiliano Mazzanti
II.1.Contextualising sustainability: socio-economic dynamics, technology and policies /​ Marianna Gilli
II.2.Social equity and ecological sustainability through the lens of degrowth /​ Valeria Andreoni
Contents note continued: II.3.Institutionalist climate governance for pleasant cities and the good life /​ Ruben Huele
II.4.Assessing public awareness about biodiversity in Europe /​ Anna Kalinowska
II.5.Is the current global role of English sustainable? /​ Richard Chapman
pt. III Sustainable wellbeing via habitat and citizenship
III.1.The impact of settlements on urban river basins and the case of the Belem River in Curitiba, Brazil /​ Zulma Das Gracas Lucena Schussel
III.2.Creative social innovation and urbanism: the case of Medellin /​ Maria Florencia Guidobono
III.3.Long-term visions and ordinary management: post-earthquake reconstruction in the Italian region of Emilia /​ Gianfranco Franz
III.4.Urban life and climate change at the core of political dialogue: a focus on Saint-Louis du Senegal /​ Cherif Samsedine Sarr
III.5.Is ethno-tourism a strategy of sustainable wellbeing? A focus on Mapuche entrepreneurs /​ Sofia Rojo
Contents note continued: III.6.Japanese castle towns as models for contemporary urban planning /​ Shigeru Satoh
III.7.Vietnam's pathway towards sustainability: stories half-told /​ Yen Dan Tong.

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