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Armed Conflict Versus Global Sustainable Development as Functions of Social Change

This paper offers a futures analysis of armed conflicts and its detrimental impact on the three pillars of sustainable development – economic, social and environmental. It draws on macrohistory to contextualize war along its socio-political and psychological drivers and explores alternative options for conflict resolution. The macrohistory perspective offers an alternative view of armed conflict, as a vehicle of social change, due to its disruptive action on stagnating social conditions. War, as a feature of the dominator society, is a barrier to sustainable development.

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Science and technology for sustainable development

 

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Are two crucial components of all efforts aimed at fostering growth and socioeconomic development of nations. This is why since its creation in 1945, in accordance with its mandate, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has promoted science and technology for development in all domains of food and agriculture.

 

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An integrated attitude towards saving Lake Urmia

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Virtual Water Trading in Lake Urmia's Basin

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Our report from 19th national conference by Iranian society of environmentalists

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You can download our report from 19th national conference by Iranian society of environmentalists with a particular approach about Lake Urmia in here.

Special thanks to Ali Hajmoradi, Neda Eskandari, Nazanin Azimi, Sepideh Taheri, Alireza Baesi, Maryam Mahmoodabadi & Arsalan Zahedi Rad.

Shahab Karimifard.

Exploring Public Awareness Level of Waste Management in Robat-Karim City, Tehran Province, Iran

This study aims to examine the level of people’s awareness with regard to waste management in Robat-Karim city of Tehran province. The results showed that about 2.3% of the individuals were aware of the low quality of their waste management, although 24% of the people were completely unaware of their waste management. However, the people’s educational level has a statistical relationship with their awareness about waste management in study area.

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