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View the document Glossary
View the document The contributors
View the document Acknowledgements
View the document Foreword
View the document Chapter one: Introduction
View the document Chapter two: Environmental sustainability and the growth of GDP: conditions for compatibility
View the document Chapter three: Northern growth and environmental constraints
View the document Chapter four: Can the North stop consumption growth? Escaping the cycle of work and spend
View the document Chapter five : Population growth and the environmental crisis: beyond the 'obvious'
View the document Chapter six: Distributive justice and the control of global warming
View the document Chapter seven: Enclosing the global commons: global environmental negotiations in a North-South conflictual approach
View the document Chapter eight : Environmental policies and North-South trade: a selected survey of the issues
View the document Chapter nine: The Korean model of development and its environmental implications
View the document Chapter ten: National development and local environmental action - the case of the River Narmada
View the document Chapter eleven: Economics and ecosystems: the case of Zimbabwean peasant households
View the document Chapter twelve: Development after ecology

The North, the South and the Environment: Ecological Constraints and the Global Economy (1995)