Transformation is Feasible: How to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals Within Planetary Boundaries

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A report by the Stockholm Resilience Centre to The Club of Rome.  Jergen Randers, Johan Rockström, and four others describe four scenarios in detail: 1) Same: baseline of current policies; 2) Faster: acceleration of economic growth; 3) Harder: government and business try harder to deliver on the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals; 4) Smarter: choosing five transformation actions: rapid renewable energy growth, accelerated food chain productivity, a new development model, reduced inequality, and investment in health and education for all.

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