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Population Growth, Resource Consumption, and the Environment

Seeking a Common Vision for a Troubled World

by Rick Searle
edited by Harold Coward

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category: Nature
published: 2006

A public-policy summary of the academic chapters presented at the 1993 Whistler Conference “Population, Consumption and the Environment” in which scholars from the world religions and the aboriginal traditions, as well as scientists, demographers, philosophers and economists from Canada, the U.S., Africa, Japan and India examined the double-sided problem of population pressure and excess consumption, and the resulting degradation of the environment.

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Rick Searle

Rick Searle is a science writer and teaches Geography at the University of Victoria.

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