By: Edward B Barbier
540 pages, Figs, tabs
Deals with the concept of sustainable development, in particular its practical implications for economic policy in developing countries, as well as the long-run conditions under which an economy might trade off environment and growth to achieve its development aims. Land degredation and tropical deforestation are explored using case studies in Java, Sudan, Mexico, Malawi and Southeast-Asia. Also covers the economics of wetlands, wildlands and biodiversity conservation, and discusses the optimal use and management of a region's remaining wild or natural habitat areas.
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