The Age of Sustainable Development

In the book "The Age of Sustainable Development" which of the four cultural theory dimensions (egalitarianism, individualism, hierarchism and fatalism), or the four myths of nature (ephemeral, benign, tolerant or capricious) best fits the book? 


The Age of Sustainable Development

This book on sustainable development explains the main concepts of our age. This includes both, an i.e. method for solving the issues that are related to sustainable development and the way of understanding the nature and world.
Sustainable development tries to create a sense of interaction with three complex systems: the physical environment of earth, the global economy and the society around the globe. It recommends the overall framework, in which the purpose of the society is to be governed by good governance for socially inclusive development and environmentally sustainable. This is a way of understanding the world, yet it is an idealistic or moral approach to the world: a way of defining the objectives of a well-functioning society, which protects well for today's citizens and in future generations. This book describes some of the important challenges and ways of solving all aspects of the world so that new and creative ways can be involved to ensure problem-solving, brainstorming and inclusive and sustainable development. (Sachs, 2015)
This book tells us why sustainable development of strong growth has become a main or central public policy of the system. Let’s discuss some of the important chapters and their main ideas discussed in the book. 


•    What is Sustainable Development?
•    How Economic Growth and Sustainable development are interlinked?
•    What are the major Global Environmental Threats that are being caused by Economic Development?


•    The difference in incomes around the world (Rich are becoming more rich and poor poorer).
•    Inequalities between the people living in Rural and Urban areas. 
•    The difference in the measurements of wellbeing.


•    How modern development in economic activities have influences sustainable development? 
•    How industrial revolution begins and how it affected sustainable development?
•    Globalization


•    Study on climate change
•    Green House Emissions for limitation of Global Warming
•    Adaptation of climate change. 


•    What is Biodiversity?
•    Threats to biodiversity
•    Deforestation


•    What are the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)?
•    What is financial allotment for sustainable development?
•    Good Governance

Cultural Theory Dimension 

Four Cultural Theory dimensions are: 
•    Egalitarianism
•    Individualism
•    Hierarchism
•    Fatalism 
(Xue, Hine, Loi, Thorsteinsson, & Phillips, 2014)
The age of sustainable development is Egalitarianism, as it is talking about some major topics like "An Unequal World" where core focus has been made on discussing the inequality in this world.
•    Income Inequality, where one is getting 50000$ a month and other is getting 20000$ a month, although both have same qualifications. 
•    Urban and rural inequality, where ratio can be calculated with the help of consumption and population. 
•    Income inequality in different countries, like an engineer, is getting starting package of 3.6 Lakhs per annum ($5650/annum) in India, whereas an engineer is getting $12000/annum in the United States of America.
•    Education for all which includes stages from early childhood development to old age people. Each and every individual should get an equal education.
•    Health for all, which includes people dying of disease due to poverty. This also includes the recommendation of necessary steps to be taken against health issues.

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Sachs, J. D. (2015). The Age of Sustainable Development. Columbia : Columbia University Press.
Xue, W., Hine, D. W., Loi, N. M., Thorsteinsson, E. B., & Phillips, W. J. (2014). Cultural worldviews and environmental risk perceptions: A meta-analysis. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 249-258.

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