WBGU


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WBGUWissenschaftlicher Beirat Globale Umweltveränderungen (German: Scientific Advisory Council on Global Change)
WBGUWhole Body Glucose Uptake
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Here, the state and governance are considered to have an interest in handling collective problems, and hence in creating general welfare (e.g., WBGU, 2011).
Politically, says the WBGU, this transformation "requires a historically unprecedented transcending of established sovereignty concepts."
CLIMATE CHANGE AS A SECURITY RISK 11 (2008) [hereinafter WBGU
See German Advisory Council on Global Climate Change (WBGU), Solving the Climate Dilemma: The Budget Approach (Berlin: WBGU, 2009).
In the margins of the G8 meeting in Heilingdamm on 6 June 2007, a think tank sponsored by the German government, the German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU) published a report on the consequences of global warming on security and stability worldwide.
CRAIG LAMMERS is country music director at WBGU radio in Bowling Green, Ohio.
From 1992 until 1996 and since 1999, he is research fellow at the German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU).
What is really needed is rapid and profound societal transformation toward sustainability (Feola 2015, WBGU 2011).
This overlooks that i) the transformation towards a low-carbon economy is already underway along with a change in values (WBGU, 2011: 266-267), ii) lack of mitigation policies can be explained to a substantial extent by actions of lobby groups opposed to decarbonisation strategies (ibid.: 189-191) and iii) motivation is not a static phenomenon and changes over time.
* Der Wissenschaftliche Beirat der Bundesregierung Globale Umweltveranderungen (WBGU) hat rechtliche Aspekte des Berichts in sein policy paper Zeitgerechte Klimapolitik: Vier Initiativen fur Fairness integriert (WBGU 2018).
Biofuels have long been promoted as a sustainable solution to various global challenges, e.g., rising energy prices, climate change and the loss of important rural areas (WBGU, 2008).