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tries , with the exception of the United States , have announced action to stabilize if not reduce their output of greenhouse gases over the 1990s . The need to save the ozone layer has prompted separate action to phase out CFCs .
In OECD countries they represent over 40 percent of oil consumption ; in the United States , which pioneered the automobile revolution and leads the world in oil imports and carbon dioxide emissions , over 50 percent .
United Nations . The Consequences of Rapid Population Growth in Developing Countries . London : Taylor and Francis , 1991 . “ The State of the Marine Environment . ” A report by a Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine ...
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Our Country, The Planet: Forging A Partnership For SurvivalUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
This book addresses the question: "If the development of the quarter of the world's people who are now rich has brought us all so close to the limits of sustainable living on Earth, how is the ... Read full review
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Our Country, The Planet: Forging A Partnership For Survival
Shridath S. Ramphal
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