All of Us: Births and a Better Life; Population, Development and Environment in a Globalized World
Jack Freeman, Pranay Gupte
Earth Times Foundation, Sep 1, 1999 - Developing countries - 480 pages
Three of the world's most critical concerns are summed up in the words "population," "development," "environment." In recent years, scholars and the general public increasingly see these issues as profoundly interrelated.
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