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Green Growth and A New World Order

Kanie, Norichika. 2010. Green Growth and A New World Order. Global Asia, 4 (4).

Abstract

Much of the public and policy-making discussion of climate change has understandably focused on the need to reduce CO2 emissions. What gets less attention is the fact that a move away from fossil-based fuels could herald a dramatic change in the international order. Japanese academic Norichika Kanie explores what that shift could mean for Asia and the world.

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