Role Of Environment In Economic Development Planning In Developing Countries

ROLE OF ECONOMIST ROLE OF ENVIRONMENTALIST

ROLE OF ECONOMIST ROLE OF ENVIRONMENTALIST

Source: HFL/1990

FIGURE 4.23 Role of environment in economic development planning in developing countries.

Source: HFL/1990

FIGURE 4.23 Role of environment in economic development planning in developing countries.

"one of the big three." The protocols now being proposed, to replace Kyoto, even if totally implemented, seem far "too little too late," and the cost of achieving adequate global control will be hugely expensive. It will be very difficult to get the key countries to agree on a comprehensive plan of corrective action.

What seems not to be sufficiently recognized is that the timeframe for achieving sufficient emissions reductions is very short, probably only a few decades, which further increases the problem of reaching agreement on an effective global action plan. The basic problem is lack of any definitive proposal so far as to the specifics on what needs to be done together with the applicable timeframe, task assignments for each country, and how to finance the costs. Without this, country leaders do not have a good picture on what their country should do.

Renewable Energy Eco Friendly

Renewable Energy Eco Friendly

Renewable energy is energy that is generated from sunlight, rain, tides, geothermal heat and wind. These sources are naturally and constantly replenished, which is why they are deemed as renewable.

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