Serving youth--communication and commitment in the high school library / by Lillian L. Shapiro.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Shapiro, Lillian L.
Format: Book
Published: New York : R.R. Bowker, 1975.
Table of Contents:
  • Historical roots of our ecologic crisis / Lynn White
  • 2000: Planet Earth at the crossroads / Jim Motavalli
  • The great environmentalists: cultural stereotypes and the environmental movement / Gordon Straw
  • Race, poverty, and the environment: the disadvantaged face greater risks / B. Bryant and P. Mohai
  • Overview of social ecology / Janet Biehl
  • Comments on the international social ecology network gathering and the "Deep Social Ecology" of John Clark / Murray Bookchin
  • Empire and the ecological apocalypse: the historiography of the imperial environment / John M. MacKenzie
  • The carbon cycle, climate, and the long-term effects of fossil fuel burning / James F. Kasting
  • Global warming: the origin and nature of the alleged scientific consensus / Richard S. Lindzen
  • A dying planet? How the media have scared the public / Julian Simon
  • Impacts of a projected depletion of the ozone layer / Frank R. DeGrujil
  • Do we still need nature? The importance of biological diversity / Anthony C. Janetos
  • There's no going back to nature / Walter Truett Anderson
  • The making of a dissident / John Terborgh
  • Conversations: Paul and Anne Ehrlich / Jim Motavalli
  • From a carbon economy to a mixed economy: a global opportunity / Richard C. Rockwell
  • Five hundred year plan / Randy Hayes
  • Incentive systems that support sustainability: a First Nations example / Ronald L. Trosper.