By: ST Trudgill
224 pages, Illus
Too often environmentally beneficial policies are put to one side for various economic, political, social or cultural reasons. In this perceptive analysis, the author, with the use of real-life case-studies, examines why this is so, and puts forward an agenda for future action.
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