anonymous
  • anonymous
Dr.David Suzuki, an opponent of further economic growth, has argued that despite the fact that "In the twentieth century the list of scientific and technological achievements has been absolutely dazzling, the costs of such progress are so large that negative economic growth may be right for the future". Policies to achieve this include "rigorous reduction of waste, a questioning and distrustful attitude toward technological progress, and braking demands on the globe's resources".
Economics - Financial Markets
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Identify some of the benefits and costs of economic growth, and evaluate Suzuki's position. What goverment policies would be needed to achieve his ends?

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