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Sustainable development in the Third World: paradox or panacea



Sustainable development in the Third World: paradox or panacea



Indian Geographical Journal 68(1): 6-20



Although sustainable development has emerged as an important strategic approach to address the issues of economic development and environmental degradation, as a concept it has been criticized on a number of grounds. Furthermore, the Rio Earth Summit of 1992 highlighted a number of serious differences between the developed and developing world over the implementation of sustainable development.

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