Jill Taylor Bussiere
jdt at itol.com
Sun Jun 9 09:09:02 EDT 2002
Thanks for the reference. Yes, Bailey, the author of Ecoscam: The False
Prophets of Ecological Apocalypse, is indeed an advocate of private profits.
Note below, the part set out - advocating private management of resources.
Bailey, the noted (or notorious, to some ecologists) author of Eco-Scam!
(1993), here enlists a dozen scientists to explain what is and
about the changing environment. Contrary to this year's silver
Earth Day sloganeering, the atmosphere is cooling, not warming;
population is not outstripping food production or most material
however, the activists are correct about tropical deforestation
overfished oceans. The question is how to ameliorate problems. The
prominent green organizations adhere to regulatory and
whereas this set of writers favor the private management of
resources, believing that to be the path to green benefits and
Prescriptions aside, this info-rich work is crammed with tabular
data about biodiversity, pesticides, and air quality and is
supported by a
guarded, footnoted text. As its views compete with those published
Sierra Club and Worldwatch Institute, among others, libraries may
include this book in their acquisition plans, which BKL's Earth
[Ap 1 95] might guide. Gilbert Taylor
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