World Resources 1998-99
Oxford University Press, 1998 - Business & Economics - 369 pages
This is the 8th edition in a series which provides an authoritative assessment of the world's natural resource base. This edition focuses on the relationship between environmental change and human health. Drawing on the latest scientific data, it explores how environmental conditions contribute to death and disease around the world, and how that may change in the coming decades.
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Linking Environment and Health
Changing Environments Changing Health
lmproving Health Through Environmental Action
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