A possible environment costs-investment model
In developing countries, there is a risk of attracting foreign investment in energy areas, highly polluting, so the benefits of reducing time social pressure by creating new jobs and training effect on the economy can turn on the medium and under the major drawbacks in terms of environmental costs unbearable. Therefore, investment policy must entail improving economic performance and thus enhance funding including environmental costs, without accepting the practices seriously affecting, sometimes irreversible, environmental quality.
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