Australian Left Review

Article Title

Ecology and Economics


David Evans


THE mainstream practitioners of both Marxian and bourgeois economics have until recently been content to assume that, on the time scale on which they were operating, there was no need to worry about the global exhaustion of depletable natural resources. Nor were they overly worried about the capacity of the air, rivers, lakes and seas to absorb the wastes of modern industrial development and its attendant consumption patterns.



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