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Robèrt Forgot Goulet: Augmenting TNS with the Capabilities Approach to support the Social Dimensions of Sustainability


Abstract While the definition of sustainability remains open for all to contribute to and participate in, there do seem to be some notions it has come to embody that should not be neglected as the definition coalesces. Among these are the ethical and social dimensions of sustainability. Whether or not it is appropriate, required, or even desirable, concepts like social equity, human rights, ethical sharing of commons, etc. have increasingly come under the umbrella of the sustainability discourse. Even if “sustainability” as a bare word doesn’t imply those things, the concept of sustainable development certainly has taken on those dimensions. That sustainability might be redefined or re-scoped to be a purely environmental or a rigidly scientific ende... (more)
Contributor Roberts, Tom (Author)
Series Research Project Report Series
Identifier Stock Number: ASU-SSEBE-CESEM-2012-RPR-003
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Collaborating Institutions School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (SSEBE) / Center for Earth Systems Engineering and Management
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