The Asian Conference on the Social Sciences and Sustainability (Hiroshima, Japan)
This historic city, which has become a symbol of resilience in the wake of catastrophe, is the setting for an inaugural Asian conference that will look at sustainability "beyond its ecological dimensions." The need to limit ecological damage and natural resource depletion will have a range of economic, cultural, and political repercussions. How can the social sciences provide guidance to governments, businesses, and developers as they attempt to balance the needs of people and planet?
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