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The Earth Brokers Power, Politics and World Development

By: P Chatterjee and M Finger
Publisher: Routledge
The Earth Brokers
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About this book

A detailed critique of the main initiatives undertaken by national governments to deal with the threat of environmental degradation.
`Those of us who watched the process have said that the Earth Summit has failed....Multinational corporations, the United States, Japan, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund have got away with what they always wanted...the Summit has ensured increased domination by those who already have the power.' - Wagaki Mwangi, Kenyan, Youth delegate to the Earth Summit.

Contents

Part 1 The documents: whose common future?; southern elites; Rio and bust. Part 2 Non-Governmental organizations: telling "greens" apart; feeding the peoples into the green machine; what did environmental NGOs achieve?. Part 3 Business and industry: promoting big business at Rio; changing what?. Part 4 Finance and institutions: can money save the world?; institutional outcomes.

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By: P Chatterjee and M Finger
Publisher: Routledge
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