- Perhaps most of all, poor people will be affected by environmental stresses — climate change, biodiversity loss, competition for land and water, and the effect of these trends on livelihoods, prices for food and other basic goods, and the risks of conflict.
- Policies to open our markets, reduce agricultural subsidies, improve in international tax cooperation, put a price on scarce environmental resources or lift the baleful shadow of excessive intellectual property restrictions will help our economies, taxpayers, and consumers.
- In my view the single biggest obstacle to making progress on all these issues is the economically illiterate idea, put around by politicians including our own Prime Minister, that countries are engaged in a “global race” in which one country’s success is achieved at the expense of another.
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