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State of the World 1998

by Lester R. Brown

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0393317277, Paperback)

The newest volume in the series that has become the "bible" of the global environment movement--and has sold over one million copies. State of the World is the authoritative and comprehensive series that is mapping out what an environmentally sustainable society will look like. Produced by the award-winning Worldwatch Institute, it has become an indispensable guide for national leaders as well as concerned citizens everywhere. The topics in the 1998 volume include an assessment of the world's forests, an analysis of the decline of fisheries around the world, a survey of all five major groups of vertebrate fauna that are facing severe stress, and the financial aspects of sustainable development. Written in clear and concise language, with easy-to-read charts and tables, State of the World presents a view of our changing world that we, and our leaders, cannot afford to ignore.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:01:06 -0400)

In this fifteenth edition of State of the World, Lester R. Brown and the Worldwatch research team look at the environmental effects of continuing economic growth as the economy outgrows the earth's ecosystem. As the global economy has expanded from $5 trillion of output in 1950 to $29 trillion in 1997, its demands have crossed many of the earth's sustainable yield thresholds… (more)

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