REDD+: Greening the market or marketing nature?
Wellington | Wed, November 7 2012 | 11:27 am
PREMIUMWhen talking about nature, economists and conservationists used to speak different languages and conceptions. The former would emphasize on how humans can maximize the extraction of resources that nature is offering, while the latter would focus on how humans have to protect nature from overexploitation.
Recently, the demarcation between the two groups somehow started to vanish with the em...
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