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“Should sustainable consumption and production be a policy priority for developing countries and if so, what areas should they focus on?”

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Affiliations: 1: Associate ProfessorHenan University of TechnologyPR China 2: Project Manager and Researcher, Climate EconomicsUnited Nations Environment ProgrammeDivision of Technology, Industry and Economics Energy BranchParis, France 3: Executive Director, TERINew Delhi, India 4: Lecturer, Department of Forest EngineeringTechnical University of Madrid (UPM)Madrid, Spain 5: Research FellowUniversity of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK 6: Lecturer in EconomicsSchool of CommerceCity West CampusUniversity of South AustraliaAdelaide, Australia 7: ChairmanSustainable Society FoundationAfferden, The Netherlands 8: Associate ProfessorDepartment of EconomicsUniversity of KlagenfurtKlagenfurt, Austria 9: Research FellowInternational Centre for Integrated Assessment and Sustainable Development &LecturerUniversity College MaastrichtMaastricht UniversityMaastricht, The Netherlands 10: Senior Agricultural EconomistAfrica Rice CenterSaint-Louis, Senegal 11: LecturerSchool of BusinessThe University of Notre Dame AustraliaSydney, Australia 12: EconomistCoordinator Institutional ActionSecretariat for the Environment and Natural ResourcesMexico D.F., México 13: Unit ManagerResearch and Evaluation UnitLimpopo LegislatureSouth Africa 14: Research ManagerResearch and Evaluation UnitLimpopo LegislatureSouth Africa

Publication date: 2010-02-01

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