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Why do we still have an ecological crisis? Edited by Terry R. Armstrong.

Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1972] .
ISBN 9780139587443, 9780139587368, 0139587365, 0139587446

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Subjects Ecology -- Collected Works.
Pollution -- Economic aspects.
Technology -- Collected Works.
Series Spectrum book ; S-287.
Description x, 149 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction / Terry R. Armstrong -- Part one. Values for survival -- Environmental pollution and human values / Jerome D. Frank -- Science and the sense of humanity / Barry Commoner -- The urgency of excellence / Glen T. Seaborg -- Part two. Economic and political strategies -- The economist's approach to pollution control / Robert M. Solow -- Planning for the environmental revolution / David G. Sobers -- The law of pollution control / Arnold W. Reitze, Jr. -- Part three. Technological man -- The convergence of environmental disruption / Marshall I. Goldman -- The uses and misuses of technology / Lord Ritchie-Calder -- Part four. Education for survival -- Attitudes and values and environmental education / James A. Swan -- A national program for environmental education / William D. Ford.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)402384
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WorldCat Identities Armstrong, Terry R., 1946-
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