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Vital Signs 2006-2007 The Trends That are Shaping Our Future

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Series: Vital Signs Volume: 14
By: Worldwatch Institute
160 pages, b&w illus
Vital Signs 2006-2007
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This report tracks and analyzes 44 trends that are shaping our future, and includes graphs and charts to provide a visual comparison over time. Categories of trends include: Food, Agricultural Resources, Energy and Climate, Global Economy, Resource Economics, Environment, War and Conflict, Communications and Transportation, Population and Society, and Health and Disease.

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Series: Vital Signs Volume: 14
By: Worldwatch Institute
160 pages, b&w illus
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