Broken Links: Neo-liberal Globalism Damages the Natural Environment

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Broken Links: Neo-liberal Globalism Damages the Natural Environment
A lot of scholars have spent a great deal of energy and time exploring the relationship between ecology and global trade – or neo-liberal trade. In the following pages, the views of scholar such as Herman E. Daly, Jagdish Bhagwati, Wayne Ellwood, Hillary French and others will be explored to see what they have to say about the aforementioned relationship. Basically, the question is this: How do these scholars perceive the relationship between globalization and ecology and what are their perspectives on various issues such as global trade, growth and sustainable development? The general view is that Jagdish Bhagwati seems to be quite naïve in his view that our contemporary...
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