Industrial Development and Environmental Degradation: A Source Book on the Origins of Global Pollution
Industrialization to achieve economic development has resulted in global environmental degradation. This book identifies/quantifies environmental consequences of industrial growth, and provides policy advice, including the use of clean technologies, with reference to the developing world.
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