By: D Pearce, E Barbier and A Markandya
288 pages, Tabs
A seminal work which offers a definition of sustainable development in terms of the non-depletion of natural environments. It investigates the economic implications of sustainability, with special reference to the practice of cost-benefit analysis and problems of accounting for the interests of future generations.
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