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The issue of sustainable development and its connections with climate change has been . fairly well examined from a scientific and public policy perspective. Most works on these issues have relied upon approaches that are either purely scientific based on scientific methods), technocratic focused on the bureaucratic and politico-diplomatic inconsistencies of international environmental negotiations, or journalistic either politically engaged or based simply on the restatement of facts). Although some accounts have proposed ingenious solutions to the problem from a theoretical or practical perspective, scant attention has been devoted to developing a framework that blends systemic and constitutive factors together to explain how come and not just why we are unable to move forward with international environmental negotiations and attaining sustainable development based on advanced and knowledge-intensive energy technologies.
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