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1972: su incarico del membership di Roma, un gruppo di studiosi dell’MIT pubblica I Limiti dello sviluppo, che prefigura gli effetti della crescita della popolazione, dei consumi e dell’inquinamento su un pianeta fisicamente limitato. Dopo decenni di critiche feroci, ormai si ammette che le conclusioni di quello studio erano corrette.

2012: Jorgen Randers, uno dei coautori di I limiti dello sviluppo, fa il punto su quanto è successo e prova a delineare il futuro globale da qui al 2052. Vivremo sempre più nelle città, saremo più connessi e creativi, e dovremo trovare nuovi modi consistent with gestire le tensioni dovute alle diseguaglianze crescenti. Probabilmente l. a. popolazione non crescerà quanto previsto, con una riduzione degli impatti sulla biosfera, ma le rinnovabili non riusciranno a rimpiazzare i combustibili fossili in pace consistent with eliminare del tutto l. a. possibilità di un riscaldamento climatico catastrofico... Nessun settore è escluso, e Randers ci mette a disposizione una guida in keeping with interpretare e gestire le turbolenze dei prossimi quarant’anni.

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95 Philip Alston, Out of the Abyss: The Challenges Confronting the New UN Committee on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights, 9 Hum. Rts. Q. 332, 359 (1987). In this connection, see discussion of the concept of “progressive realization,” infra n. 196. 96 Matthew Craven, supra. n. 73 at 92. 98 A comprehensive analysis of the institutional history of each of the entities under the ICCPR and the ICESCR lies beyond the scope of this Study, but a brief comparative overview is appropriate, and indeed necessary.

The States Parties to the present Covenant undertake to guarantee that the rights enunciated in the present Covenant will be exercised without discrimination of any kind as to race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. 3. ” In this connection, see General Comment No. 3 on the Nature of the States Parties’ obligations under Article 2 of the ICESCR, infra n. 179 and n. 193. It is worth mentioning here that although the term “resources” in Article 2 (1) above is not defined, it is generally understood to refer to both financial and natural resources.

84 Preamble to UNGA Resolution on the Indivisibility and interdependence of economic, social, cultural, civil and political rights A/Res/42/102, supra n. 81. See also Henry J. Steiner & Philip Alston, supra n. 10, at 268–275. 85 See Theo van Boven, Distinguishing Criteria of Human Rights in The International Dimension of Human Rights Vol. , Greenwood Press 1982). 86 See Preamble to UNGA Resolution A/Res/42/102 on the Indivisibility and interdependence of economic, social, cultural, civil and political rights, supra n.

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