An integrated approach to sustainable well-being of each territorial system rests on the commitment of all its stakeholders to contribute to building a Green Society. This means, for each of them, a no-environmental dumping pathway. If territories aim for a homologation process, to compete with each other, this strategy, especially without strong public and private investments in innovation and labour productivity growth, it will trigger, as a very likely result, a race to the bottom, through the most different ways of dumping. The natural result will be to put at risk the possibility within them, to aim for an integrated approach to sustainable well-being. In this way, the goal of a Green Society and the aim of sustainable development in the global society can't be achieved. This paper aims to illustrate the reasons for this assertion, by providing a new vision to interpret the building of a sustainable society, based on the genetic code of territories.
|Titolo:||FACING “HOMOLOGATION”: A SUSTAINABLE RESPONSE BY THE GENETIC CODE OF TERRITORIES|
|Autori interni:||MISSO, ROSA|
CESARETTI, Gian Paolo
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Rivista:||JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ECOLOGY|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|