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Sustainability’s Inner Conflicts: From ‘Ecologism’ to ‘Ecological Modernization’

  title={Sustainability’s Inner Conflicts: From ‘Ecologism’ to ‘Ecological Modernization’},
  author={Mohamed El-Kamel Bakari},
  journal={Journal of Sustainable Development Studies},
  • M. Bakari
  • Published 6 March 2014
  • Economics
  • Journal of Sustainable Development Studies
Ever since its inception, the project of sustainable development has constituted a challenge to deeply entrenched political, economic, and social beliefs in modern societies. Now matured, the project seems to be highly incompatible with the predominant neoliberal capitalist economic system, constitutes a nuisance to the structure of global governance, and is a noticeably controversial issue in North-South politics. However, the project itself was born out of a conflict between two opposing… 

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