Invisible Walls: Why We Ignore the Damage We Inflict on the Planet . . . and Ourselves

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Our wants for food, housing, medicine, transportation, luxuries, and all the other benefits of industrialization have resulted in the exploitation of our natural surroundings. We know our actions affect the physical world we depend on, so why must we be faced with catastrophic problems--overpopulation, the loss of bio-diversity, global warming, and the like--before we act to protect the planet's ecosystem--and then often inadequately? With astute analysis Peter Seidel explores the complex convergence of psychological, ...

Invisible Walls: Why We Ignore the Damage We Inflict on the Planet . . . and Ourselves 2001, Prometheus Books

ISBN-13: 9781573928991

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