World Resources 1994-95: A Report
Widely recognized as an authoritative assessment of the world's natural resource base, the World Resources series offers a comprehensive guide to the global environment. This edition features a special report on northern consumption, as well as regional reports on China and India, providingkey environmental and developmental trends in the world's two most populous nations. As always, World Resources provides more than 120 pages of data tables covering 146 countries, and features a wide variety of charts, tables, and other graphics--many unique to this book--that make it the mostcomplete and current reference available on the subject, and an indispensable sourcebook for anyone concerned with the state of the world environment.
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Introduction to Part I
Population and the Environment
Woinen and Sustainable Development
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1993 personal communication Africa Agriculture Organization America Annual Asia average biodiversity biomass biotechnology Canada capita Change China climate coal Conservation consumption Convention Cote d'lvoire CP CP CP crops deforestation degradation developing countries economic ecosystems emissions energy environmental Equatorial Guinea estimates exports fertility Figure fish Fisheries Food and Agriculture forest fuelwood global grazing greenhouse growth habitat hectares Ibid increase India International land livestock marine ment metals metric tons million hectares million metric tons Myanmar natural resources OECD percent percentage pesticide plants policies population production programs rangeland regions Report Research reserves rice ronmental rural sector soil Sources and Technical South species Statistics sustainable development Table Technical Notes tion tional tropical UNEP United Nations United Nations FAO United Nations U.N. urban Washington waste wildlife women World Bank World Conservation Union World Resources Institute X X X Zambia