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  Sustainability   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In the terms of the 1987 Brundtland Report, sustainability is: " Meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
Some human-rights watchers report that this is already taking place in China, as a result of its one child per family policy.
Human - World news, reports, opinions, reviews and ideas on sustainability, natural food, food safety, food supply, and our personal and tribal health and future in our urban environment.
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 Moderators Homepage - Paulsen's report on pedagogical techniques for CMC
They further concluded that the reported impact on students, as perceived by the teachers, were greater access to information, increased enthusiasm, more opportunities to collaborate in larger groups, and increased incorporation of real life experience to classroom activities.
Reporting from the experiences teaching a upper secondary biology course in Norway, Sande and Eide (1993) stated that computer conferencing facilitates the use of students as assistant teachers.
The schools received a videotape and the Brundtland report along with a case description and a schedule.
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 Transformative Approaches to Social Organization: Processing Documents on Sustainable Development Issues
Description of a process of clustering of some 450 issues identified in the Brundtland Report, Agenda 21, and in sectoral declarations (see checklist).
Initially the Brundtland Report was scanned to obtain a broad range of issues and to cluster them in terms of the 6 major dimensions of Figure 1.
The range of issues was then extended by incorporating the broader problems registered in the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential (1991) since these had been derived directly from documents of international organizations and ordered into hierarchies and networks, thus clarifying a number of terminological issues.
www.uia.org /trapproaches/trappcom_bodies.php?kap=53   (1273 words)

 Population And The Environment: A Bibliography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
This report, commonly referred to as the Brundtland Report, is a key document in its field.
For example, March 1993 reports the estimated U.S. population as of Nov. 1, 1992 (256,410,000), the figure from one year previously, estimated world population, and latest provisional statistics from the U.S. on live births, deaths, natural increase, marriages and divorces.
This lengthy but informative documentary presents reports by CNN correspondents around the world on the root causes of overpopulation and the successes and failures of population control efforts.
egj.lib.uidaho.edu /egj02/groat01.html   (10573 words)

 Coded Checklist of Earth Summit Issues
The intent was to explore the match between the strategic dilemmas of Document D and the specific issues emerging from the various source documents.
Initially the Brundtland Report was scanned to obtain a broad range of issues and to cluster them in terms of the 6 major dimensions of Figure 1 (Document D).
BR (Brundtland Report) was left as an initial source code
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 Ethics Updates: World Hunger and Poverty Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
ReliefNet was one of the first sites on the web to focus on relief and development issues with an emphasis on fundraising and public education.
Several reports on the state of the world have help to share the international discussion of these issues.
For a more global perspective, see the Brandt report, formally known as the Report of the Independent Commission on International Development Issues, North- South: A Program for Survival (Cambridge: M.I.T. Press, 1980).
ethics.acusd.edu /Applied/WorldHunger   (778 words)

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