Connecting with ecological futures
Open any newspaper or magazine on any day of the week in the year 2001 and you will find stories that discuss some aspect of global environmental crisis. It might be global warming, and the politics of greenhouse gas emissions. It might salinity, or blue green algae, water rights and catchment flows. It might be endangered species and biodiversity. It might be famine, warfare, guns for timber, and diseases that are resistant to antibiotics; it might be floods, frogs, butterflies and...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU North Australia Research Unit (NARU)|
|Book Title:||The National Humanities and Social Sciences Summit (26-27 July 2001, Canberra)|
|Access Rights:||Open Access|
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