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Environment matters at the World Bank : annual review 2002 (English)

This annual review on the environment looks back on the Bank's work during FY02, and highlights future challenges, and opportunities. Feature subjects are as follows. ... See More +

Publication 24770 JUN 30, 2002

Livernash, Robert T.; Cassells, David S. [editors]; Lovins, Amory; Cropper, Angela; Sachs, Jeffrey; Daly, Herman E.; Newcombe, Ken; MacKinnon, Kathy; Pagiola, Stefano; Platais, Gunars; Bolt, Katherine; Lovei, Magda; Kiss, Agi; Dore, Giovanna; Holt, Jane; Heuckroth, Kimberly; Armstrong, Angela; Collier, John Bryant; Arif, Sherif; Brandon, Carter; Murray, Gavin; de Nevers, Michelle; Bradford, Bonnie

The ecological economics of sustainability : making local and short-term goals consistent with global and long-term goals (English)

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 109666 JUN 01, 1990

Costanza, Robert; Haskell, Ben; Cornwell, Laura; Daly,Herman E.; Johnson,Twig Eligible for Disclosure

Ecuador's Amazon region : development issues and options (English)

This report presents a broad analysis of the Amazon region within the framework of Ecuador's national economic development. This approach is based on the observation that isolated policy analyses that focus narrowly on a region of concern generally result in policies that are 1) wrong from a national development perspective and or 2) ignored, unless the region in question has decisive political influence. ... See More +

Publication WDP75 MAR 31, 1990

Hicks, James F.; Daly, Herman E.; Davis, Shelton H.; de Lourdes de Freitas, Maria Spanish Disclosed

Ecuador's Amazon region : development issues and options : La region Amazonica del Ecuador : problemas y opciones de desarollo (Spanish)

This report presents a broad analysis of the Amazon region within the framework of Ecuador's national economic development. This approach is based on the observation that isolated policy analyses that focus narrowly on a region of concern generally result in policies that are 1) wrong from a national development perspective and or 2) ignored, unless the region in question has decisive political influence. ... See More +

Publication WDP75 MAR 01, 1990

Hicks, James F.; Daly, Herman E.; Davis, Shelton H.; de Lourdes de Freitas, Maria English Disclosed