Managing Planet Earth: Perspectives on Population, Ecology, and the Law

Synopsis

This book provides a concrete, easily understood, and realistic analysis of the scientific and legal dimensions of environmental stability. Santos outlines the current international ecological crises and defines them as the most serious threat to international world order and ecological stability. Although written for ecologists, environmental scientists, demographers, political scientists, economists, and lawyers, this book is not limited to them. Anyone interested in the relationship between the environment and society will find this book instructive and provocative.

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Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1990