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Redefining prosperity: Resource productivity, economic growth and sustainable development

Sustainable Development Commission, 27/06/2003


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Resource IDsdc2003
Resource titleRedefining prosperity: Resource productivity, economic growth and sustainable development
Author/sourceSustainable Development Commission
Date published27/06/2003
Summary text/ abstractPart of the debate about sustainable development lies in confronting those difficult issues that most people would rather leave undisturbed. The compatibility between economic growth (as we know it today) and sustainable development is perhaps the most difficult of all those difficult issues. No one denies that securing the benefits that economic growth brings simultaneously generates both social and environmental externalities of varying kinds and severity: costs which, if they are large enough, can outweigh the welfare gains.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Economics, 'Limits to Growth', Neo-Luddism, Politics, Simplicity, UK Government
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