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In State of the World 2001, the Worldwatch Institute"s award-winning research team tackles the great challenge of our rapidly globalizing world: how to use our political systems to manage the difficult and complex relationships between the global economy and the Earth"s ecosystems. The book provides concerned citizens and national leaders with a comprehensive analysis of threatening environmental trends'"from the growing pollution of groundwater to the increasing toll of "unnatural" disasters to the effects of the developing world"s staggering $2 trillion debt'"and emerging solutions to turn those trends around.
Written in clear and concise language, with easy-to-read charts and tables, State of the World 2001presents a view of our changing world that we, and our leaders, cannot afford to ignore.
In , the Worldwatch Institute's award-winning research team describes how to meet the complex challenges of restoring a sustainable balance between the growing human population, rising levels of consumption, and the threats to the natural systems that support all life on the Earth.
An indispensable guide for anyone concerned with the future of life on our planet.
The book provides concerned citizens and national leaders with comprehensive analysis of the global environmental problems we face, together with detailed descriptions of practical, innovative solutions, like charting the most environmentally sound path to a hydrogen-fueled economy, or accelerating the rapidly growing conversion of farmers worldwide to organic farming and sustainable agriculture. Written in clear and concise language, with easy-to-read charts and tables, presents a view of our changing world that we, and our leaders, cannot afford to ignore.
Written in clear and concise language, with easy-to-read charts and tables, State of the Worldpresents a view of our changing world that we, and our leaders, cannot afford to ignore.
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The Worldwatch Institute is a Washington, DC-based nonprofit research and publishing organization dedicated to fostering the evolution of an environmentally sustainable society.
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