Battle for the Earth: Today's Key Environmental Issues
Edward Goldsmith, Nicholas Hildyard
Child & Associates, 1988 - Environmental monitoring - 240 pages
Man and the natural order; The politics of food aid; Nuclear energy after Chernobyl; Man and Gaia; Acid rain and Forest decline; Water fit to drink.
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The Politics of Food Aid
Nuclear Energy After Chernobyl
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