Ronaldo Munck discusses the need for developing populations to grow sustainably

| Июн 16, 2016 | Video Spotlight | Нет комментариев

Ronaldo Munck is a sociologist at Dublin City University and serves as a lead author for Chapter 1 – Social Trends and New Geographies. In this interview, he explains why increasing populations in developing countries such as the BRICS must reconcile economic development with the resulting dangerous environmental implications. He also mentions the paradox that some of the developing countries that have seen recent growth also have the most inequality.

 

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