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PRI's Environmental News Magazine

The Global Environment and the Politics of North and South

Air Date: Week of August 9, 1991

David Suzuki of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation explores the changing dynamics of the relationship between the developed and developing countries in the light of global environmental concerns. As developing countries struggle to improve their living standards, many say they will have to avoid repeating some of the same mistakes that the industrialized nations have already made, and that will require substantial assistance from the developed world. Part one of a two-part series produced by the CBC.

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