Earth and Us: Population, Resources, Environment, Development is a compilation of ideas and thoughts of leading international statesmen, political leaders, economists and environmentalists, on the complex interlinkages between man and his environment.
The book examines aspects of the nexus between population, resources, environment and development, and presents ideas on what can be done in the future. The articles contained in the book covers various topics such as environmental concerns in the third world; climatic change, environment and development; environmental aspects of agricultural and rural development; and environmental protection and economic development.
Environmentalists, ecologists, and policy makers will find the book highly insightful.
Environment and Development
Environmental Concerns in the Third World
Climatic Change, Environment and Development
Life on Earth
Conservation for Development
Our Common Future
Ushering in the Era of Sustainable Development
Environmental Aspects of Agricultural and Rural Development
The Population Problem
Sustainable Forestry Development
Protecting the Atmosphere and Controlling Global Warming
Environmental Protection and Economic Development: Guidelines for Sustainable Growth
The Governance of Production: The Key to Environmental Quality
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1991
- 29th March 1991
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