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close this bookThe North, the South and the Environment: Ecological Constraints and the Global Economy (UNU, 1995, 263 pages)
View the documentGlossary
View the documentThe contributors
View the documentAcknowledgements
View the documentForeword
View the documentChapter One: Introduction
View the documentChapter Two: Environmental Sustainability and the Growth of GDP: Conditions for Compatibility
View the documentChapter Three: Northern Growth and Environmental Constraints
View the documentChapter Four: Can the North Stop Consumption Growth? Escaping the Cycle of Work and Spend
View the documentChapter Five : Population Growth and the Environmental Crisis: Beyond the 'Obvious'
View the documentChapter Six: Distributive Justice and the Control of Global Warming
View the documentChapter Seven: Enclosing the Global Commons: Global Environmental Negotiations in a North-South Conflictual Approach
View the documentChapter Eight : Environmental Policies and North-South Trade: A Selected Survey of the Issues
View the documentChapter Nine: The Korean Model of Development and its Environmental Implications
View the documentChapter Ten: National Development and Local Environmental Action - The Case of the River Narmada
View the documentChapter Eleven: Economics and Ecosystems: The Case of Zimbabwean Peasant Households
View the documentChapter Twelve: Development After Ecology