Edited By: D Goodman and M Redclift
238 pages, Figs.
Review of the political, social and economic factors which have turned one of the richest continents in terms of natural resources into one of the poorest environments. They show how the unsustainable components of Latin American development are interconnected, and they point towards a new economy centred on sustainable environmental management.
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