They paved paradise

Pearce, Fred
May 2002
New Scientist;5/25/2002, Vol. 174 Issue 2344, p16
Reports the results of the study conducted by the United Nations in assessing the environmental choices faced by the planet during the twenty first century. Concern of an environmentally based route to economic development; Consequences of giving much attention on the markets; Benefits of an economic development approach aimed at sustainability.


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