Article by Nalini Burn which was published in 1991
This article was written for a quarterly magazine published by a Media group in Mauritius, called l’Express Culture and Research. Published in the edition Rethinking Development, it is a comparative synthesis and discussion of various environmental and economy-environment paradigms, ranging from a variety Marxist, spiritual and neoclassical economic prisms. It was written in the context of the first Global Environmental Conference in Rio in 1992, at a time when the author was lecturing on a number of economics and environmental studies courses, while also active in an Environment and development NGO.
Read it here: Light, fruit and acid rain