Sustainability and Development in Asia and the Pacific: Emerging Policy Issues
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The UN Sustainable Development Goals provide a common global agenda for development. However, the emerging policy issues vary greatly across the world.
With 32 contributors, this volume provides a timely, research-based overview for the need for policy interventions to improve the sustainability and development models of the ten selected countries in Asia and the Pacific. The volume is firmly positioned at the cusp between research, policy and practice.
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