Is 'sustainable development' a charade sold to an increasingly
misled public? This book presents a wide-ranging, penetrating
critique of sustainability and what it actually means. The author
argues that despite the rhetoric of socially and environmentally
sustainable development and the ever-increasing number of
legislative environmental policies, the real issues such as
consumption, population growth and equity are either sidestepped or
manipulated in international policy and law. Analyzing the main
areas of concern - economic growth, market structure, trade, aid,
debt, security and sovereignty - he shows that the entire
development structure and the underpinnings of the debate are
leading down quite a different path to that intended by
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