Needed: A new social contract with science

Lubchenco, Jane
July 1997
USA Today Magazine;Jul97, Vol. 126 Issue 2626, p60
Discusses the role of science and its relationship to the environment as of 1997. The environmental changes that the world is experiencing; The ignorance of key environmental issues; How the global situation today differs from previous eras; The importance of appreciating the relationship between humans and ecological systems; The falsehood of the jobs versus environment idea; The importance of science.


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