Analyze the GEM approach in relation to its ability to foster both environmental protection and economic development.

Analyze the GEM approach in relation to its ability to foster both environmental protection and economic development.
Show the strengths and weaknesses of 3 approaches(Neo-liberal, GEM, People-centred), and assess which is the best for both environmental protection and economic development.
READING LIST
The Environment and Sustainable Development

Core reading –
Editorial Introduction: Environment and Development and Redclift M. (2014) ‘Sustainable Development’ in Desai V. and R. Potter (eds) The Companion to Development Studies (Third Edition) Abingdon: Routledge

Important Readings –
Atkinson G. (2014) ‘International Regulation and the Environment’ in Desai V. and R. Potter (eds) The Companion to Development Studies (Third Edition) Abingdon: Routledge

Boyd E. (2014) ‘Climate Change and Development’ in Desai V. and R. Potter (eds) The Companion to Development Studies (Third Edition) Abingdon: Routledge
Kingsbury D. (2012) ‘Environment and Development’ in Kingsbury D. et al. International Development: Issues and Challenges Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Woodhouse P. (2002) ‘Environmental Degradation and Sustainability’ in Allen T. and Thomas A. Poverty and Development into the 21st Century Oxford: OUP

Other readings –
Basu R. and Bhadri S. (eds) (2006) Society, Development and Environment Kolkata: Progressive
Bhagwati J. (2004) In Defense of Globalization New York: OUP Chapter 11
Blackman A. (2006) Small Firms and the Environment in Developing Countries: Collective Impacts, Collective Action Washington DC: Resources for Future
Carter C. and Mol A. (2007) Environmental Governance in China London: Routledge
Chasek P. (2006) Global Environmental Policies Boulder, Colo: Westview
Connelly J. (2011) Politics and the Environment: From Theory to Practice London: Routledge
Desai V. and R. Potter (eds) (2014) The Companion to Development StudiesAbingdon: Routledge
See Section 6: Contains 11 introductory chapters on the environment and development
Development and Change, January 2006 – Edition devoted to Environmental Issues in China (Preface and 9 articles)
Dodd F. et al. (2014) From Rio+20 to a New development Agenda: Building a Bridge to a Sustainable Future Abingdon: Routledge
Fonseca G. (ed) (2012) From Rio to Rio: A Twenty Year Journey to Green the World’s Economies Washington, DC: Global Environment Facility
Giddens A. (2011) The Politics of Climate Change Cambridge: Polity
Kirkby J. O’Keefe P. and L. Timberlake (eds) (1999) The Earthscan Reader in Sustainable Development London: Earthscan
Mendelsohn R. (2007) ‘Globalization and the Environment’ in Zedillo E. (ed) (2007) The Future of Globalization: Explorations in the Light of Recent Turbulence New York: Routledge
Middleton N. and O’Keefe P. (2003) Rio Plus Ten: Politics, Poverty and the Environment London: Pluto

Mistry J. (2014) ‘Natural Resource Management: A Critical Appraisal’ in Desai V. and R. Potter (eds) The Companion to Development Studies (Third Edition) Abingdon: Routledge
Morton K. (2005) International Aid and China’s Environment New York: Routledge
Okereke C. (2014) ‘A Changing Climate and African Development’ in Desai V. and R. Potter (eds) The Companion to Development Studies (Third Edition) Abingdon: Routledge
Okereke C. (2007) Politics of the Environment: A Survey London: Routledge
Pearce D. (2006) ‘Environment and Development’ in Clark D. (ed) The Elgar Companion to Development Studies Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
Pearce D. (2006) ‘Sustainable Consumption’ in Clark D. (ed) The Elgar Companion to Development Studies Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
Pearce D. (2006) ‘Sustainable Development’ in Clark D. (ed) The Elgar Companion to Development Studies Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
Purdey S. (2009) Economic Growth, the Environment, and International Relations: The Growth Paradigm Abingdon: Routledge
Rapley J. (2002) Understanding Development: Theory and Practice in the Third World
(pp 166-172) London: Lynne Rienner
Rio+20 – United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (2012)
http://www.uncsd2012.org/index.html
Scoones I. (2010) ‘Sustianability’ in Cornwall A. and D. Eade (eds) Deconstructing Development Discourse: Buzzwords and Fuzzwords Rugby: Practical Action Publishing and Oxfam, GB
Seitz J. (2007) ‘The Environment’ in Global Issues: An Introduction Malden: Blackwell
Shah P. and V. Maitra (eds) (2005) Terracotta Reader: A Market Approach to the Environment New Delhi: Academic Foundation
Spoor M., Heerink N. and Qu F. (eds) (2007) Dragons With Clay Feet? : Transition, Sustainable Land Use and Environment in China and Vietnam Lanham MD: Lexing
Squatriti P. (2007) Natures Past: the Environment and Human History Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press
Stern N. (2007) The Economics of Climate Change Cambridge: CUP
Stern N. (2010) A Blueprint for a Safer Planet London: Random House
Strachan J., Ayre G. and Callway R. (2005) The Plain Language Guide To The World Summit On Sustainable Development London: Earthscan
Todaro M. and S. Smith (2014) Economic Development (Twelfth Edition) Philadephia: Trans-Atlantic
See Chapter 10 ‘The Environment and Development’
Van Kooten G. (2004) Climate Change Economics: Why International Accords Fail Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
World Bank (2010) World Development Report:: Development and Climate Change Washington DC: World Bank
World Resources Institute (2006) World Resources 2006: from Poverty Toward Prosperity: Turning What We Know About Poverty and the Environment Into What We Do: A Strategy For Action Washington DC: World Resources Institute
Yearley S. (2007) ‘Globalization and the Environment’ in Ritzer G. (ed) (2007) The Blackwell Companion to Globalization Malden MA: Blackwell

Sustainable Development
Barrow C. (2010) Environmental Management for Sustainable Development Abingdon: Routledge
Blewitt J. (2008) Understanding Sustainable Development London: Earthscan
Elliot J. (2006) An Introduction to Sustainable Development London: Routledge
Rogers P, Jalal K and J Boyd (2008) An Introduction to Sustainable Development Sterling VA: Earhscan

People centred development
Daly H. (1999) Ecological Economics and the Economics of Ecology: Essays in Criticism
Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
Daly H. (1996) Beyond Growth: The Economics of Sustainable Development Boston: Beacon Press
Korten David – http://www.davidkorten.org/
Korten D. (1999) The Post-Corporate World West Hartford CT: Kumarian Press and San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler
Schumacher E. (1973) Small is Beautiful: Economics as if People Mattered New York: Harper Row
Shiva Vandana – http://www.vandanashiva.org/
Shiva V. (2009) Soil not Oil: Climate Change, Peak Oil and Food Insecurity London: Zed
Shiva V. (2006) Earth Democracy: Justice, Sustainability and Peace London: Zed

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