Global Series

Books on ethical issues with global relevance and contextual perspectives. Each volume includes contributions from at least two continents and with two editors, often one from the global South and one from the global North.

All of the following Globethics publications can be downloaded for free below

« Back

Sustainability Ethics: Ecology, Economy & Ethics. International Conference SusCon III Shillong/India

More or Less Equal

Editors: Sanjoy Mukherjee / Christoph Stückelberger

ISBN: 978-2-88931-069-2
Series number: Global No. 10
Publication: 2015

"Sustainable Development" is the goal 2015-2030 of the global community of states, adopted by the United Nations. This book shows how ecology, economy and ethics are all needed to reach these goals. Understanding a concept like ‘sustainability' requires an understanding not only of what we are seeking to ‘sustain', but also how man's activities and needs are implicated in and can threaten the future of these biological systems. The articles in this book come from one of the key countries of the world, India, whose population represents almost 20% of the world's population. Questions surrounding economic development and environmental sustainability are fundamental to understanding the country's future, and how it will tackle difficult issues, like the eradication of poverty.


Online copy:

Order print copies from | | |