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Believing Cassandra - How to be an optimist in a pessimist's world

AtKisson argues persuasively that if we can absorb and respond to the dire warnings implicit in the statistics that abound on population, food production, soil erosion, loss of forests and fisheries, diminishing water supply, pollution of soil and water and the exponential increase in consumption, we could transform a world driven by growth into one sustained by development.
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