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Environmental Quality in a Growing Economy Essays from the Sixth RFF Forum

By: Henry Jarrett(Author)
173 pages, b/w illustrations
Environmental Quality in a Growing Economy
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In Environmental Quality in a Growing Economy: Essays from the Sixth RFF Forum, twelve scholars examine some leading problems in environmental quality, analyze present situations and future prospects, and suggest what might be done about them. It was originally published in 1966.

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By: Henry Jarrett(Author)
173 pages, b/w illustrations
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