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Agenda of Science for Environment and Development into the 21st Century

Edited By: J Dooge
300 pages, 20 tables, illus
Agenda of Science for Environment and Development into the 21st Century
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About this book

Brings together the understanding and the judgement of the world's scientific community on the issues of highest priority for the future of the environment and development.

Contents

General introduction; Conference statement; Keynote speeches; Part I. Problems of Environment and Development: Introduction; 1. Population and natural resource use; 2. Agriculture land use and degradation; 3. Industry and waste; 4. Energy; 5. Health; Part II. Scientific Understanding of the Earth System: Introduction; 6. Global cycles; 7. Atmosphere and climate; 8. Marine and coastal systems; 9. Terrestrial systems; 10. Freshwater resources; 11. Biodiversity; Part III. Responses and Strategies: Introduction; 12. Quality of life; 13. Public awareness, science and the environment; 14. Capacity building; 15. Policies for technology; 16. Institutional arrangements; Appendices.

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Edited By: J Dooge
300 pages, 20 tables, illus
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