The environmental changes set in motion by the [1997 financial] crisis will continue for the near future. Without strong domestic and international measures to support environmental protection and conservation in the Asia-Pacific, a second crisis may well strike soon, this time ignited by an environmental collapse.
Globalization and Environmental Change: Asia's 1997 Financial Crisis
Peter Dauvergne is a senior lecturer in the department of government and international relations at the University of Sydney. This essay is adapted from “Globalisation, Asia's 1997 Financial Crisis, and Environmental Change,” in Peter Newell, Shirin Rai, and Andrew Scott, eds., Development and the Challenge of Globalisation (London: Intermediate Technology Development Group, forthcoming).
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Peter Dauvergne; Globalization and Environmental Change: Asia's 1997 Financial Crisis. Current History 1 November 2000; 99 (640): 389–395. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2000.99.640.389
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