A New American Environmentalism and the New Economy

Jun 01, 1970 2 Comments by

James Gustave Speth. Published by the National Council for Science and the Environment, January 2010

A desire for unlimited growth amidst a world of finite resources are inherently irreconcilable, and will inflict irreversible environmental damage if not curtailed, argues Gus Speth, in his lecture at the 10th National Conference on Science, Policy, and the Environment: The New Green Economy. Rather than rely on systems of the past, Speth suggests implementing an entirely new economic model, a green economic model.

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