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When it calmed down after the events of 1972, it turned out that the waves moved a lot so that they affected the development of the global environmental movement for a long time.
- The "population issue" was largely off the agenda - although the two main critics, India and China, pursued their own rather rabid population policies.
- The dominance of US organizations in environmental policy was broken and the influence of the South would only be felt more and more.
- The technical view of the environmental issue such as The Aspen Institute and the Rome Club made themselves spokespersons for being forced to fight against a more social view. Their computer-driven dream faced competition from concepts such as ”environmental justice” and ”environmental space”, and the official compromise contained a strong dose of reformist policies in which justice, reasonableness and democratic participation had a large space.
- And the major international conferences form was established - a meeting of governments, a meeting of more or less established organizations, and a meeting of the radical critics.
A development of
this can be read here.
Here is the critique from the international environmental movement, on the Brazilian environmental movement's equivalent to the People's Forum, 2012