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The Future of Amazonia: Destruction or Sustainable Development? epub ebook

by A. Hall,D. Goodman

The Future of Amazonia: Destruction or Sustainable Development? epub ebook

Author: A. Hall,D. Goodman
Category: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1990 edition (October 26, 1990)
Pages: 419 pages
ISBN: 0333464907
ISBN13: 978-0333464908
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Two decades of destructive development have provoked violent struggles for control over the region's resources, with disastrous social and environmental consequences.

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Two decades of destructive development have provoked violent struggles for control over the region's resources, with disastrous social and environmental consequences.

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Volume 23, Issue 3. October 1991, pp. 683-684. Nuffield College, Oxford.

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The sustainable development scenario describes a future world in which policy follows an integrated approach to. .

The sustainable development scenario describes a future world in which policy follows an integrated approach to economic, social and environmental goals, and major institutional change occurs, with the overall goal of development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. 14 It describes a world that is clearly much more in line. The sustainable development scenario reflects an integrated focus on the three dimensions of sustainable development, as well as an explicit integration of (dynamic) planetary limits to ecosystems capacity.

The future of Brazilian Amazonia, the world's largest remaining tropical rainforest, hangs in the balance. Two decades of destructive development have provoked violent struggles for control over the region's resources, with disastrous social and environmental consequences. This multi-disciplinary collection reviews past experience but focusses on the latest phase of Amazonian settlement. Chapters by leading authorities examine such issues as colonisation in the most recent frontier areas, multinational mining projects, hydro-electric schemes, and the military occupation of Brazil's borders. After demonstrating how new government and business activities have exacerbated social tensions and ecological destruction, the volume considers alternative, more sustainable strategies.
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