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The Resource Riding the next wave : why this century will be a golden age for workers, the environment, and developing countries, edited by Thomas J. Duesterberg and Herbert I. London

Riding the next wave : why this century will be a golden age for workers, the environment, and developing countries, edited by Thomas J. Duesterberg and Herbert I. London

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Riding the next wave : why this century will be a golden age for workers, the environment, and developing countries
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Riding the next wave
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why this century will be a golden age for workers, the environment, and developing countries
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edited by Thomas J. Duesterberg and Herbert I. London
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Why this century will be a golden age for workers, the environment, and developing countries
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Riding the next wave : why this century will be a golden age for workers, the environment, and developing countries, edited by Thomas J. Duesterberg and Herbert I. London
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Includes bibliographical references (p.211-233) and index
Contents
The great transition and the long term perspective / Thomas J. Duesterberg and Herbert I. London -- World population prospects to the year 2025 : declining fertility, aging societies, and health setbacks / Nicholas Eberstadt -- The biotech breakthrough / Michael Fumento -- High-tech help for the environment / Dennis T. Avery -- The future of space exploration / James C. Bennett -- Prairies with lampposts or centers of civil society? : the future of the city - if any / John C. Weicher -- The future of the state / Robert Dujarric -- How values shape the future / Herbert I. London
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237 p.
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