Sustainable Development, 2009
By: Kumar Das
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It highlights the impact of population, industrialisation and natural disasters on environment. It analyses the environmental issues pertaining to agriculture, energy, tourism, fishery and displacement under the broader framework of sustainable development. It argues that there are many contradictions and inconsistencies. It poses a great dilemma and great challenge. Confronting the challenge is very costly but not facing the challenge is really disastrous for the whole society. One can not afford to be optimist either. Therefore the idea of sustainable development should be less idealistic and more practical. It asserts that we should give adequate priority to the role of improved environmental management, in order to achieve the millennium development Goals. The author provides a systematic treatment organising the increasingly influential new political economy as a more established field at the highly productive intersection of economics and environment. By using his insightful experience the author demonstrates that national policies are the key determinants of sustainable development process.
The book focuses on powerful economic and the key determinants of sustainable development process. The book focuses on powerful economic and technological forces that have transformed the world. This text will have an enormous impact on policy makers and professionals redefining how the policy maker should think about the full range of environmental issues.
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