Can the environmental movement survive the recession?

Barnes, Peter
September 1990
Earth Island Journal;Fall90, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p40
Explores whether the environmental movement can survive economic recession. Impact of recession on the environment; Restoration of the Earth and implementation of energy conservation projects. INSET: How to live on $100 a year..


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