EU Actions and Progresses in Terms of Climate Change and Energy Policies
This paper is in line with the pleadings in favor with the need of transposition into facts of the seductive speech of sustainable development; the focus is on the normative field. Being aware that implementing sustainable development, multidimensional concept, require a full arsenal of tools and policies, we focused on the environmental issue around whom political concerns excelled, from the beginning until now. In a global world, with a “common future”, sustainable development policy agendas are varied and, sometimes, contradictory. Accused of partiality, our approach gets concreteness by the fact that it regards these agendas from the point of view of European Union (EU).
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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