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Life on the brink : environmentalists confront overpopulation / edited by Philip Cafaro and Eileen Crist
PRINT PRINT | University of Georgia Press | c2012
Available at WMS STACKS (Call number: HB871 .L5195 2012)
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xiv, 342 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index
Human population growth as if the rest of life mattered / Eileen Crist and Philip Carafo -- Destructive momentum : could an enlightened environmental movement overcome it? / William R. Catton Jr. -- Reflections on sustainability and population growth / Albert Bartlett -- Why the silence on population? / Martha Campbell -- Great backtrack / Dave Foreman -- Overpopulation versus biodiversity : how a plethora of people produces a paucity of wildlife / Leon Kolankiewicz -- Human population footprint on global biodiversity / Jeffrey McKee -- Beyond futility / Tim Palmer -- Environmental refugees : the rising tide / Lester Brown -- Population, fossil fuels, and agriculture / George Wuerthner -- Laws of ecology and human population growth / Captain Paul Watson -- Abundant earth and the population question / Eileen Crist -- Nulliparity and a cruel hoax revisited / Stephanie Mills -- Colossus versus liberty : a bloated humanity's assault on freedom / Tom Butler -- Environmental argument for reducing immigration into the United States / Philip Cafaro and Winthrop Staples III -- Toward a new armada : a globalist argument for stabilizing the U.S. population / Joseph Bish -- Perceiving overpopulation : can't we see what we're doing? / Ronnie Hawkins -- Salmon in the trees / Amy Gulick -- Trusting women to end population growth / Robert Engelman -- How do we solve the population problem? / William Ryerson -- A post-Cairo paradigm : both numbers and women matter / Don Weeden and Charmayne Palomba -- Confronting finitude / Richard Lamm -- For a species right to exist / Winthrop Staples III and Philip Cafaro -- Island civilization : a vision for human inhabitance in the fourth millennium / Roderick Nash -- Epilogue : Is humanity a cancer on the earth? / Philip Cafaro
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