Transitioning to a Progressive Green Economy in the Philippines
David Michael M. San Juan
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David Michael M. San Juan: De La Salle University, Manila
Journal of Developing Societies, 2020, vol. 36, issue 2, 155-181
Informed by theoretical discussions and statistics on the Anthropocene and sustainable development, this article is focused on tackling Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), primarily SDG 1 (â€œend poverty in all its forms everywhereâ€ ); SDG 7 (â€œensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for allâ€ ); SDG 10 (â€œreduce inequality within and among countriesâ€ ); and related SDGs that are at the nexus of poverty, inequality, and renewable energy. This discussion serves as a springboard for (re)crafting a state-led sustainable development plan for the progressive transition to a green economy in the Philippines, as a pro-active response to global environmental change.
Keywords: Climate change; Anthropocene; sustainable development; Philippines; green economy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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