|Interviewees||Hazel Henderson and Elisabet Sahtouris|
Copyright 1992 Florida Community College at Jacksonville
In the second of a three-part series, Hazel Henderson and Elisabet Sahtouris continue their discussion on sustaining our environment and focus on how the 1990's is a critical time period for coming to terms with the planet and redefining what we mean by progress. Henderson continues her thesis suggesting citizens should create and conduct economic policy with an eye toward protecting the environment. She and Sahtouris place particular emphasis on regulations for developed vs developing countries.
Green economics, environmentalism, pollution, regulation, economics, environmental regulation, developed countries, developing countries
Henderson, H and E. Sahtouris. (1992). Interviewed by C Miner [Video Recording]. Worth Quoting. YouTube, Jacksonville, Florida.
Run time: 28 minutes