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Each year, 200,000 rural immigrants arrive in New Delhi alone (Roose 1988). But, above all, thanks to the analyses and practical liaison work of scholars and activists in the North and South of the world, the revolts in India and elsewhere against the effects of higher development in the urban zones - price and quality of food, a place to live, pollution, ecological disasters - have found links to the struggles in the rural zones in defence of the land, the forest, water and biodiversitv. Struggles against the degradation of the environment and the lines laid for capitalist development have joined up with struggles to defend subsistence and the community as the essential basis for elaborating a different form of development.
When Britain entered the EU, Australia had to destroy large quantities of food that could no longer be sold there; the result was bankruptcies and extensive unemployment, so in 1992 the Australian government invited Linton to get Australian LETS going and provide whatever was needed to teach how to make the system work and how to computerise its management. Now, LETS are so widespread in Australia that some say they could easily maintain survival if the market economy collapses. The same sort of scheme is also wide-spread, with some variations, in the United States and Britain.