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by Kenji Eguchi,Jean Klastersky,Ronald Feld

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Author: Kenji Eguchi,Jean Klastersky,Ronald Feld
ISBN: 4431702407
Language: English
Pages: 225 pages
Category: Medicine
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (November 20, 1998)
Rating: 4.8
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Intractable illnesses such as advanced cancer, AIDS, and chronic progressive neurological diseases present health-care professionals with an array of symptoms and ethical issues that demand extensive exploration and consideration. As the quest for advances in symptomatology continues, it is imperative to disseminate and integrate the knowledge currently available in palliative medicine. The International Symposium on Current Perspectives and Future Directions in Palliative Medicine was held in Tokyo in October 1997 to provide health-care professionals with a multidisciplinary approach for improving comprehensive palliative care. With invited speakers from North America, Europe, and Japan, the symposium focused on standard management and clinical trials of control of symptoms such as pain and cachexia, ethics in palliative medicine, the economics of health care, quality-of-life research, management of depression, and patient education.
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Tall
Books are boring, this is no different. However, at least I learned a bit.
Loni
Cohen, Eimicke and Miller articulate the roles that federal, state and local governments can play in moving us to a more sustainable economy. Many examples of this are given throughout the book.

The authors refute the claim that doing well for the environment is a zero sum game relative to the economy and show that we can do well for both at the same time as policies that benefit the environment (and society) can also be good for the economy (aka the "Triple Bottom Line"). They also show that it is unsustainable to have polices that favor the economy at the expense of the environment and society.

The state of sustainability reporting and the challenges faced in the various ongoing efforts to standardize and make them relevant are also discussed.

The book also discusses the politics of sustainability policy, from why there are roles for government that only they can do best to why the US has had a less than smooth political path towards the implementation of polices that promote sustainability.

The book is well written, does not at all assume a specialist's level of knowledge to understand and is IMO quite mainstream and realistic in the views expressed.

Full disclosure: I know one of the authors (Cohen) and while he is aware that I have purchased this book (at a public book launching event where he autographed my copy of the book after I purchased it), he does not know that I am writing this review nor did he ask or have reason to expect that I would.