Economics as if the World Mattered
Posted: 1 November 2007
Author: Bill McKibben. Oneworld Publications, Oxford, 2007. Â£16.99
Challenging the prevailing wisdom that economic growth is equal to economic success, McKibben argues that the world doesn't have enough natural resources to sustain such endless expansion.
Bill McKibben, ex-staff writer for The New Yorker and author of The End of Nature, is an American environmentalist and writer focusing on global warming, alternative energy, and the risks associated with human genetic engineering.
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