Global Ecology: Readings Toward a Rational Strategy for Man
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1971 - Environmental policy - 295 pages
Elements of an ecological revolution; Resource realities; Environmental roulette; Threatened species, technological circuses, and other scandals; Psycho-social complications; Prospects for a sane economics; Toward a population policy; What we must do, and the cost of failure.
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INTRODUCTION Elements of an Ecological Revolution
PART ONE Resource Realities
Population Food Supply and Economic Development
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