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000010725 037__ $$a5965
000010725 041__ $$aEnglish
000010725 100__ $$aScheurer, T.
000010725 100__ $$aRitz, C.
000010725 245__ $$aSustainability in a time of global change: The challenge for research
000010725 260__ $$c2001
000010725 260__ $$b
            
000010725 490__ $$aArticle
000010725 507__ $$aMFOLL
000010725 520__ $$aMitigating global environmental problems requires most societies to focus on sustainability. To support the corresponding reorientation of priorities, researchers need to complement their rather isolated investigations of individual phenomena with studies that involve humans more deeply. The scientific community must continue to contribute to both the accumulation and the implementation of knowledge. To effectively translate knowledge into action, all actors and all parties affected must be involved. Because international agreements on measures to mitigate key problems of global change are very difficult to reach, they must be complemented by regional views, which have a much greater chance of enactment. The syndrome approach evoked in this article—which is based on an earlier collaborative study—is a research framework that can provide the necessary scientific basis for regional decisions within a global context. It seems particularly appropriate for identifying and tackling problems of global change in mountain regions.
000010725 653__ $$aenvironment
000010725 653__ $$aglobal issues
000010725 653__ $$asustainable
000010725 650__ $$aKnowledge management
000010725 691__ $$aKnowledge management
000010725 773__ $$pMountain Research and Development 21(2):104-108. http://www.bioone.org/doi/pdf/10.1659/0276-4741%282001%29021%5B0104%3ASIATOG%5D2.0.CO%3B2
000010725 8564_ $$uhttp://lib.icimod.org/record/10725/files/5965.pdf
000010725 980__ $$aARTICLE