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In August 2002, world leaders traveled to Johannesburg, South Africa, for the United Nations Summit on Sustainable Development. Participants argued over how best to clean up the environment and at the same time boost the economies of poor nations. Are those two goals compatible? What is the real state of the environment?
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President at the Worldwatch Institute and co-author of the annual “State of the World”
Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and author of the annual Index of Leading Environmental Indicators
Originally Aired: 10/10/2002
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