A green in the machine

Wakeford, Tom
November 1991
New Scientist;11/2/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1793, p34
Profiles Norman Moore, a British government scientist who initiated the research that showed how pesticides damage wildlife, and framed the laws that brought these chemicals under control. Education; Career highlights; Nature conservation projects headed by Moore; Support for the integration of conservation in all aspects of human activity; National nature reserved established under Moore's leadership.


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