The Closing Circle: Nature, Man, and Technology

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Knopf, 1971 - Social Science - 326 pages
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This book describes the ecosphere, how it has been damaged, and the economic, social, and political systems which have created the environmental and energy crises. The author calls for social action to close the circle of life, so that we may "restore to nature the wealth that we borrow from it."

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The insane argument over the environment seems to stem from the thought this is somehow a new fad and not established science. The timely reissue of Barry Commoner's The Closing Circle (1971) puts the ... Read full review

Contents

The Environmental Crisis
5
The Ecosphere
14
Nuclear Fire
49
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