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Les stratégies économiques et financières de la protection de l'Environnement et du Développement durable: enjeux et perspectives

  • Roland Colin
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    [eng] The protection of Environment and the Sustainability Development in the long term have become planetary concerns which will be debated next june in « Earth Summit » in Rio de Janeiro. A new problematic, exposed in the Brundtland Report, written upon the United Nations' request, throws light on the various links between scientific, political and economic requirements in order to ensure ethics and feasability of these policies. The present article highlights the differential problematics, the underlying principles and the evaluation and accounting tools making such strategies possible. Relying on these references, the author describes, in different geopolitical areas, the present state of economic and financial strategies aiming at environment protection and sustainable development. An evaluation of means invested and outcomes obtained is attempted. This approach permits to assess the methods for building reliable accounts of global environment and development financing, and to suggest perspectives for a worldwide allocation of resources that could meet the present and future world challenges. [fre] La protection sur long terme de l'Environnement ainsi que le Développement durable deviennent des préoccupations planétaires sur lesquelles débattra la Communauté internationale lors du « Sommet de la Terre » qui se réunit à Rio de Janeiro en juin 1992. Une problématique nouvelle, exprimée par le

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    Volume (Year): 40 (1992)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 101-139

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