Edited By: David Pimental, Laura Westra and Reed F Noss
428 pages, Figs, tabs
Presents a synthesis and findings of the 1992 Global Integrity Project, and examines historical and philosophical foundations of the concept of ecological integrity, the relationships among ecological integrity, human health, and food production, and offers concrete recommendations for reversing ecological degradation while promoting social and economic justice and welfare.
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