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Green Development By W. M. Adams

Green Development
by W. M. Adams

Bridging the gap between ecology and development studies, the author argues that the 'greenness' of development planning is not to be found in a concern for ecology or the environment but in issues of Third World self-determination.
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Green Development: Environment and Sustainability in the Third World by W. M. Adams

Adams analyses the evolution of the concept of `sustainable development' and assesses how this can be applied in the real world. Bridging the gap between ecology and development studies, he argues that the `greeness' of development planning is not to be found in a concern for ecology of the environment, but in control, power and self-determination.

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Table of Contents


1. Greening Development 2. The Origins of Sustainable Development 3. The Ideology of Sustainable Development 4. Green Development? 5. Development and Environmental Degradation 6. The Environmental Impacts of Development 7. Environment and the Development Planning Process 8. The Blind and the Dumb: Developers and the Developed 9. Conclusion

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GOR001242715
Green Development: Environment and Sustainability in the Third World by W. M. Adams
W. M. Adams
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Taylor & Francis Ltd
1992-06-04
272
0415080509
9780415080507
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