The environment has become of increasing concern across the world. As fear for the environment mounts the pressure is on for governments and industry to create a climate for real progress towards a cleaner planet - but how can this be achieved? What price life on eath? and who is going to pay? The author shows how governments can create a climate in which companies can both go green and prosper; how nations can use sound economic arguments rather than impassioned rhetoric against global mismanagement like the destruction of the rain forest; how the needs of industry can and must go hand-in-hand with those of ecology for either to survive and how the green momentum has given industry, in her words "that most precious of prospects: a spur to innovate". Frances Cairncross is the Environment Editor for "The Guardian"
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Frances Cairncross is the Management Editor at The Economist and author of The Death of Distance: How the Communications Revolution Is Changing Our Lives. She resides in London, England.
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Book Description Economist Books, 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 91749182