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Revisiting sustainable development: Russian cultural and scientific traditions and the concept of sustainable development

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The World Summit on Sustainable Development (26 August–4 September 2002), held in Johannesburg on the tenth anniversary of the first Earth Summit, provides the opportunity to reflect on the meaning of the sustainable development concept. This paper uses the case study of the Russian Federation to explore the relationship between official interpretations of sustainable development and alternative understandings concerned with the betterment of humankind, which draw on Russia's cultural and scientific heritage. It is suggested that there is much to be gained from reopening the sustainable development debate to incorporate such cultural particularities, both at the national and international levels.
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Keywords: Russia; culture; environment; heritage; history of science; sustainable development

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: University of London 2: University of Birmingham

Publication date: 2002-12-01

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