Coming Back to Earth: South Africa's Changing Environment
This book is a current, comprehensive and holistic assessment of the challenges facing a developing African state within the global context and is an up-to-the-minute review of the state of the South African environment.
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The Nature of the Beast
The Insane Experiment
The Greenhouse Effect
The Hole in the Ozone
Trees Nukes and meeting the Carbon Challenge
A Billion Mobile Chemical Plants
Who cares for the Public?
The Red Blood of the Earth
The Death of the Forests
Variety the Spice of Life
Population and the Wild Card AIDS
The Built Environment
Space Age or GarbAge
The Untrod Years
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