In every part of the country, we are constantly making development bargains, trading jobs and economic development for environmental, social and cultural impacts. It is part of the rhythm of our economy. Development may be displacing farmland, eroding the network of rural society; fencing off a lake that formerly was a favourite fishing spot; draining a wetland formerly used by a variety of creatures. Those are the bargains that we are used to making.
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