Earth in the Balance: Forging a New Common Purpose
The author, a US Senator, sets out the nature of the world's present ecological predicament and describes a range of policies to deal with the most pressing problems. He outlines a global Marshall plan which reinforces the belief that future ecological disasters can be avoided.
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