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Costing the Earth Perspectives of Sustainable Development

Series: The Sustainability Project Volume: 007
By: Bernd Meyer
Publisher: Haus Publishing
Costing the Earth
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The United Nations estimates that the global population will grow to 9 billion by 2050. At the current rate, this will mean a 50% increase in our consumption of natural resources by 2030, with a similar increase in the production of harmful waste and greenhouse gases.

This book outlines the economic conditions for achieving the goal of sustainable development in Europe and around the world. It also explains the incentives for sustainable economic management using economic tools.

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Bernd Meyer is Professor of Macro Economics at the University of Osnabr#ck. He was chairman of the department of Evolutionary Economics at the Society of Economic and Social Sciences, and chairman of the Council of Advisors for Economic Environmental Accounting at the German Ministry for the Environment.
Series: The Sustainability Project Volume: 007
By: Bernd Meyer
Publisher: Haus Publishing
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