Building Resilience for a Flourishing World
James A. F. Stoner
January 1, 2016
Africa, Asia - Pacific, Europe, Latin & South America, North America
Ethics & Social Justice
impact, sustainability, global sustainability, social injustice, poverty
The idea of establishing an IAJBS journal focusing on global sustainability emerged the following year at the end of the 2010 World Forum at Ateneo de Manila University. The resulting Journal of Management for Global Sustainability published four articles and an essay addressing the need to take action on the many inter-related aspects of global unsustainability, its disproportionate impacts on the world’s most vulnerable peoples—most notably its impacts on increasing and making more intractable the tragedies of poverty and social injustice—and, of course, threats to the very existence of all species, including our own.