Figures, tables and boxes
| 1.1 The evolution of ethics ||7|
| 1.1 Relative severity of environmental problems in Asian subregions ||11|
| 1.2 Partial estimates of the economic costs of environmental degradation: selected economies and years ||12|
| 1.3 Environmentalism in rich and poor countries ||21|
| 2.1 A classification of environmental discourses ||43|
| 2.2 Biophilic tendencies in the USA and Japan: values of nature and wildlife ||44|
| 3.1 Objectives for environmental education in Guangzhou and Hong Kong ||69|
| 4.1 Japan: distribution of population ||77|
| 4.2 Japan: qualification levels obtained ||77|
| 4.3 Japan: ethnic composition of population ||78|
| 4.4 Japan: religious beliefs ||79|
| 4.5 Key phases in Japan's development ||81|
| 4.6 Percentage correct on knowledge of environmental science items among various groups in Japan ||92|
| 4.7 Japanese public attitudes on items related to the new environmental paradigm (%) ||92|
| 4.8 Anxiety about environmental issues and the need for urgent action in Japan ||96|
| 4.9 Japan: measures required to solve environmental problems (1992) ||96|
| 4.10 Japan: actions to solve environmental issues (1993) ||97|
| 5.1 India: demographic patterns ||100|
| 5.2 India: population by religion ||103|
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Book title: Environment, Education, and Society in the Asia-Pacific: Local Traditions and Global Discourses.
Contributors: David Yencken - Editor, John Fien - Editor, Helen Sykes - Editor.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: vii.
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