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Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development - Taiwan and the Global Imperative by Yang Tzu-pao and Wu Ch'in-fa

Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development - Taiwan and the Global Imperative by Yang Tzu-pao and Wu Ch'in-fa

Entering the path of sustainable development is the primary imperative that Taiwan, Asia and the world presently face. By fostering creative initiatives for sustainability, Taiwan enters into a renewed dialogue with the world while changing for the better its current developmental model. 2007, 286 pages.

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ISBN:978-986-80835-4-7


Entering the path of sustainable development is the primary imperative that Taiwan, Asia and the world presently face.


We need to mobilize cultural resources that help nations, international organizations, companies and civil societies to tackle evolving challenges with a more acute sense of the issues at stake, thus generating increased inventiveness, boldness and sense of cooperation.


By fostering creative initiatives for sustainability Taiwanenters into a renewed dialogue with the world while changing for the better its current developmental model.


By helping itself, Taiwan helps the world. Reduced energy consumption, green businesses, preserved biodiversity, social equity and better corporate governance are exactly what all societies are striving for.


Together, let us make Taiwan a showcase of cultural diversity and sustainable development...

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Chapter One –

Cultural Diversity as a Developmental Resource: the Taiwan Experience

Chapter Two –

Sustainable Development and the Future of Humankind: a New Challenge for Sustainable Development

Chapter Three –

World Governance is the key for Sustainable Development

Chapter Four –

Intangible Heritage, Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development:a

Dialogue between Taiwanand Europe

Chapter Five –

The European Union and Sustainable Development

Chapter Six –

Sustainable Development of Agriculture in Southern Taiwan

Chapter Seven –

A Call for International Measures to Help the small Islands Developing States

Chapter Eight –

How culture transcends politics

Chapter Nine –

Europe as Asians See It

Chapter Ten –

Cultural Interaction, Environment and Chinese Thought

Chapter Eleven –

Diversity and Strength

Chapter Twelve –

The Anatomy of Diversity

Chapter Thirteen –

Some Fables about Diversity

Annex One –

Statement on Cultural Resources for Sustainable Development, Kaohsiung, May 26, 2007

Annex Two –

Life Sustainability Awards, Kaohsiung, May 26, 2007

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