Edited By: K Ramakrishna and GM Woodwell
156 pages, Illus
The continuous destruction of forests around the world contributes to global warming and to systematic and progressive impoverishment of land and people. This major new book documents the importance of forests, and the issues involved in using and protecting the great forests of the earth. With contributions from scientists, legal experts and economists, the book recommends the creation of an independent commission that will oversee the use and conservation of the world's forests.
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