Private Capital Flows and the Environment: Lessons from Latin America

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Acknowledgements

Many people, from many places, have contributed mightily, in many ways, to the preparation of this book over the past three years. The other authors and I owe all of them our deepest thanks. At the risk of leaving some out, I would like to acknowledge the special contributions of the following individuals:

James Cameron, for sparking the idea behind this work and introducing me to the people at Yale;

Dan Esty and Jared Cohon, for allowing me to set up shop at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and be part of their new Center for Environmental Law and Policy;

Stephan Schmidheiny, Lloyd Timberlake, Renate Rennie, Scott Vaughan, Gordon Hughes, Richard Ackermann, Luis Gomez-Echeverri, Linda Descano and Inge Kaul, for both helping us to secure funding for the work, as well as for their substantive comments and support over the course of the project;

Peter May, Bryan Husted, Jorge Rivera, Gabriel Quijandría and Juan Rodrigo Walsh, for carrying so much of the load in their countries and being so supportive of the overall project;

David Sandalow, Lawrence Pratt, Marian Chertow, John O'Leary, Walter Arensberg, Bill Partridge, Sylvia Pinal, Andrea Durbin and Michelle Chan-Fishel, for organizing workshops and other events throughout the Americas at which we could test and refine our ideas;

Reid Lifset and Walter Howes, for their most useful questioning and insights;

Lisa Fernandez, Gina Durante, Nam Kapur, Melissa Brown, Anne Wallis and Peter Price-Thomas, for 'passing the baton' and keeping the project moving over the years;

Rick Henning, Edward Elgar, Julie Leppard, Fiona Peacock and Jane Croft at Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., for their enthusiastic embrace of the manuscript;

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