Dead Heat: The Race Against the Greenhouse Effect
Two leading experts in the field of environmental science show how industry can become an active partner with government in solving the global environmental crisis. Oppenheimer and Doyle demonstrate how we can make the transition to the next industrial era without sacrificing prosperity. "A clear look at the issues and what can happen if we ignore them".--USA Today. Originally published by Basic Books in 1990.
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