The third revolution: environment, population, and a sustainable world
A leading environmental writer shows how population growth, rising consumption, and damaging technologies have created the biggest environmental crisis in human history.
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the great debate
three billion years of environmental crisis
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Population and Food: Global Trends and Future Prospects
Tim Dyson (M. SC.)
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