General introduction; Conference statement; Keynote speeches; Part I. Problems of Environment and Development: Introduction; 1. Population and natural resource use; 2. Agriculture land use and degradation; 3. Industry and waste; 4. Energy; 5. Health; Part II. Scientific Understanding of the Earth System: Introduction; 6. Global cycles; 7. Atmosphere and climate; 8. Marine and coastal systems; 9. Terrestrial systems; 10. Freshwater resources; 11. Biodiversity; Part III. Responses and Strategies: Introduction; 12. Quality of life; 13. Public awareness, science and the environment; 14. Capacity building; 15. Policies for technology; 16. Institutional arrangements; Appendices.
An Agenda of Science for Environment and Development into the 21st Centuryby J. C. I. Dooge
Pub. Date: 05/28/1992
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Diverse topics such as population, land use, energy, and global cycles are covered under sixteen themes grouped into three sections: Problems of Environment and Development Scientific Understanding of the Earth System and Responses and Strategies.
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