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Environmental Problems Nature, Economy and State

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By: RJ Johnston
256 pages, Photos,illus
Publisher: Belhaven Press
Environmental Problems
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  • Environmental Problems ISBN: 9780471946977 Paperback Dec 1991 Out of Print #11105
  • Environmental Problems ISBN: 9781852930004 Paperback Dec 1989 Out of Print #5836
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This essay on environmental understanding reviews the nature and range of scientific knowledge about environmental problems. It asks why so many environmental issues still remain unresolved, given the precision and sophistication of research on the subject.

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Out of Print
By: RJ Johnston
256 pages, Photos,illus
Publisher: Belhaven Press
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