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Coming Back to Earth South Africa's Changing Environment

By: James Clarke
384 pages, Col illus & photos
Coming Back to Earth
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This book is a current comprehensive and holistic assessment of the social and environmental challenges facing a developing African State within a global context.

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James Clarke has specialised in environmental journalism for 31 years. He is the author of 25 books on natural and cultural history, as well as humour. He writes regular news columns.
By: James Clarke
384 pages, Col illus & photos
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What then has happened to urban people? Why do we pollute? Why are we so complacent about the rape of the earth, the collapse of soils, the plundering of the seas?...Have we lost touch with the reality of what lies beyond the urban edge - the fields upon which we are so utterly dependent? Coming Back to Earth, 2002.
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