Globalisation and sustainability: environmental Kuznets curve and the WTO

@inproceedings{Tisdell2001GlobalisationAS,
  title={Globalisation and sustainability: environmental Kuznets curve and the WTO},
  author={Clement Allan Tisdell},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract Economic globalisation is seen by many as a driving force for global economic growth. Yet opinion is divided about the benefits of this process, as highlighted by the WTO meeting in Seattle in late 1999. Proponents of economic globalisation view it as a positive force for environmental improvement and as a major factor increasing the likelihood of sustainable development through its likely boost to global investment. These proponents mostly appeal to analysis based on the environmental… CONTINUE READING

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