Taking Action: An Environmental Guide for You and Your Community
UNEP/Earthprint, 1995 - 224 pages
A publication which offers clear explanations on how to address many of the environmental problems plaguing the planet. Although intended for individuals & community service organizations, it will be of great interest to all those concerned with the well-being of the earth & its inhabitants.
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... and Consumption 65 Population , Consumption and the Environment Urban Migration Some of the Reasons for Population Growth Key Facts Food Consumption Patterns V Seeking Solutions to Unsustainable Population Growth Taking Action to.
V Seeking Solutions to Unsustainable Population Growth Taking Action to Address Population Growth The Global Action Plan for the Earth Seeking Solutions to Unsustainable Consumption Patterns Taking Community Action to Address ...
10 Biodiversity 127 Medicinal and Industrial Uses of Biodiversity Key Facts Biodependance Seeking Solutions Taking Community Action 128 129 130 131 132 11 Freshwater Resources 137 Key Facts Sources of Water Pollution Seeking Solutions ...
vii Basic Facts Seeking Solutions Taking Community Action 191 193 196 Appendix 1 Glossary of Environmental Terms 201 Appendix 2 Getting more Information 211 Appendix 3 List of Key Organizations 219 Index 225 The idea for producing this ...
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I researched and wrote this book for the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) back in 1994/1995. Its focus on localizing Agenda 21 remains relevant today with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Unfortunately it is out of print, but I am please to see it here on Google Books.
The Global Response
The Role of Communities
Organizing for Community Action
Speaking with Authority
Population and Consumption
Seeking Solutions to Unsustainable Population Growth
Addressing the Individual
Sources of Water Pollution
Feed the Soil Not the Crop