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At the dawn of the twenty-first century, European and Global politics are facing the challenge of finding a sustainable development path despite severe environmental threats such as global warming. The role of citizens in achieving such a sustainable development was debated at a meeting entitled, "Lifestyles, Participation and Environment", in Brussels on 16-17 March, 1998. Researchers working on Commission co-financed projects, academics and policy representatives investigated the various facets of the interactions of citizens, environment and politics. The projects discussed included Consumers' Lifestyles and Pollutant Emissions (COLIPOLE), Urban LifestYles, SuStainability and Integrated Environmental Assessment (ULYSSES) and Environmental Policy, Social Exclusion and Climate Change (EPSECC).

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Bibliographic Reference: EUR 18494 EN (1998) 16pp.
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ISBN: ISBN 92-828-4376-9
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