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by Hilary F. French

eBook Costly Tradeoffs: Reconciling Trade and the Environment (Worldwatch Paper ; 113) download ISBN: 1878071149
Author: Hilary F. French
Publisher: Worldwatch Inst (March 1, 1993)
Language: English
Pages: 74
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Category: Work and Money
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World trade-growing far faster than the global economy itself-is an engine that currently accelerates the environmental degradation caused by unsustainable economic activity.

World trade-growing far faster than the global economy itself-is an engine that currently accelerates the environmental degradation caused by unsustainable economic activity. But it also has the power to pull the world onto an environmentally sustainable track-if environmental protection is included in the evolving rules of international trade.

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Hilary F. French, Costly Tradeoffs: Reconciling Trade and the Environment, Worldwatch Paper, no. 113 (Worldwatch Institute, March 1993), p. 9. 6. Ibid.

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World trade--growing far faster than the global economy itself--is an engine that currently accelerates the environmental degradation caused by unsustainable economic activity. But it also has the power to pull the world onto an environmentally sustainable track--if environmental protection is included in the evolving rules of international trade, according to Costly Tradeoffs: Reconciling Trade and the Environment, a study by the Worldwatch Institute, a policy research organization based in Washington, D.C.