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Balancing development and environment: the Third World in global environmental politics



Balancing development and environment: the Third World in global environmental politics



Society and Natural Resources 5(3): 297-305



Developing countries' resource choices are constrained by their role in the international economy. Growing awareness of the environment as a global commons is likely to further constrain their development options. The impact of the internationalization of the economy on their resource choices is demonstrated by examining three uses of near-shore marine resources: dumping, fishing, and tourism and recreation.

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DOI: 10.1080/08941929209380793



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