The environmental footprint of least developed countries and paths for their green structural transformation

The relationship between structural transformation and environmental sustainability is multifaceted and context-specific, and it eludes simple theoretical representations. However, as least developed countries (LDCs) prepare to embark on the global transition to a low-carbon economy, the systemic and sectoral effects of this relationship will play a key role. To better analyse what is at stake in this context, this chapter delves deeper into the historical trajectories of LDCs in relation to climate change and natural resource management.

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