Environment and business

Print edition : December 09, 2016

Lakeside apartments at the Lavasa urban development project in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra. An essay in the book talks about how neoliberalism promotes the consolidation of abstract, common-property spaces into real, privitised spaces. Photo: PAUL NORONHA

The strength of the book is that it casts a wide net and looks at the interface between business and the environment over multiple sectors. Its weakness is the varying quality of the papers collected.
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