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The environmental movement today is at a critical crossroads. Crossroads: Environmental Priorities for the Future is an in-depth assessment of the movement's successes and failures, and also offers prescriptions for the future. It includes contributions from some of the country's top environmental leaders and activists, including Barry Commoner, Stewart Udall, William K. Reilly, Gus Speth, Jay Hair, Lois Gibbs, Michael Frome, Chuck Little, and William Futrell.
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Part I of this book, reprinted from The Amicus Journal , identifies current trends in environmentalism. Part II, the major portion, is a collection of essays from 20 environmentalists, including Barry Commoner, Stewart Udall, Gus Speth, and Charles E. Little. Represented are organizations as diverse as The World Resources Institute and the Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste. The spectrum of opinion is wide; priorities may vary. But all would agree that the "challenge . . . is to influence the nature of change so that a healthy earth survives." An important work which will serve as a guide to the future of environmentalism. Recommended.
- Diane M. Brown, Univ. of California Lib., Berkeley
Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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