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NEP 2004: Market Fundamentalism

Market Fundamentalism Ajit Menon writes The draft national environment policy brought out by the ministry of environment and forests leaves much to be desired. It is one thing to place the environment centre stage by producing a national policy, and quite another to present a robust approach document that adequately deals with the main causes and consequences of environmental degradation. It is in the latter that the policy singularly fails as it is firmly rooted in a discourse that accepts mainstream economic arguments

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