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Abstract The concept of lifestyle is commonly used as something that needs to be changed if we want to achieve a sustainable development. But what does the concept of lifestyle mean? How is it defined? Educators and politicians, among others, need a definition to use the concept and understand...
Abstract Academic interest in intersectoral partnerships took off in the mid-1990s and the number of publications on this topic has increased rapidly since. This article reviews current academic knowledge on partnerships for sustainable development. This review defines intersectoral partnerships...
Abstract On 21 February 1991, Kuwait faced a very difficult situation, never experienced in the history of mankind, in which more than 600 wells were set ablaze simultaneously in different oilfields. As a result, there were many environmental concerns and economic fears which had to be faced and...
Abstract Over the last few decades, Bhutan has followed a controlled tourism policy, with a ‘high value, low volume’ strategy. This approach is based on the country's sustainable development policy. In recent years, tourism has been identified as the backbone of private sector growth. To this...
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