Keys to the 21st Century
Are we prepared for the 21st century? there is room for doubt. Originating as it does in a UNESCO series of encounters and exchanges between scientists, intellectuals, artists, decision makers and leading personalities from public life, the book offers a forum for an open debate, in the spirit of a new ethic of discussion, on a wide range of problems, challenges and solutions from a variety of perspectives. In short, what this volumes strives to achieve is to contribute to an ethics of the future. Publie egalement en franais: Les cles du XXI siecle Publicado tambien en espanol: Claves para el siglo XXI
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What Future for the Future?
The Nature of the Future Hugues de Jouvenel
What Future for the Human Species?
From Explosion to Implosion?
Towards a Brave New World?
What Will We Suffer from in the TwentyFirst Century?
Chemical Pollution and Invisible Pollution
Invisible Pollution and the Decline in Male Fertility Niels Skakkebaek
Joël de Rosnay
Have We Ceased
What Future for the Media? Hisanori Isomura
Elikia MBokolo Alain Touraine Michael Walzer 240 Elikia MBokolo Alain Touraine Michael Walzer
Water Resources to the Year 2025 Igor Shiklomanov
What Strategy for
Energy in the TwentyFirst Century Amulya Reddy
Humanizing Space André Lebeau
What Future for the Heritage?
The Heritage and Future Generations François Ost
What Future for Languages in the TwentyFirst Century?
What Future for Literature?
What Passions in the TwentyFirst Century? 180 What Passions in the TwentyFirst Century?
Lifelong Education for All and a Curriculum for the TwentyFirst
Gloria Beatriz Durand Soria
Trends and Prospects
The Work Society and the New Uses of Time Roger Sue
Towards Urban Apartheid? Jérôme Bindé
Towards a Third Age for the City? Christian de Portzamparc
The End of Utopia or the Birth of New Utopias?
Globalization and the Third Industrial Revolution
Towards a New Form of Development and the End of Poverty?
Africa Continent of the Future?
The Economy of the Future in Africa Gertrude Mongella
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