Asia’s Sustainable Development
Countries used to believe that in the early stages of development they could grow first and deal with environmental problems later. Those days are over. Prosperity is achievable in Asia, but it must come with a responsible approach towards environmental protection and an awareness of ecological needs and constraints.
We look at how Asia’s advancement can encompass social integration and cohesion. We aim to explore and demonstrate this with new development ideals where a new growth paradigm is balanced, resilient and just.
Michael Spence, Pamela Mar, Noeleen Heyzer
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