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The Environment: A National Mission for the Seventies

by the editors of Fortune
Format
Book
Published
New York, Harper & Row, [1970]
Language
English
Related Title
Fortune.
Series
Perennial Library
Contents
  • A statement from President Nixon, and from Senator Muskie.
  • The limited war on water pollution, by G. Bylinsky.
  • Industry starts the big cleanup, by J. Davenport.
  • What business thinks about its environment, by R. S. Diamond.
  • The economics of environmental quality, by S. Rose.
  • Cars and cities on a collision course, by A. T. Demaree.
  • How Baltimore tamed the highway monster, by J. Gooding.
  • Some burning questions about combustion, by T. Alexander.
  • It's time to turn down all that noise, by J. M. Mecklin.
  • Downtown is looking up, by W. McQuade.
  • Conservationists at the barricades, by J. Main.
  • Victory on San Francisco Bay, by J. Gooding.
  • Our new awareness of the great web, by W. Bowen.
  • How to think about the environment, by M. Ways.
Description
220 p. illus. 19 cm.
Notes
The chapters in this book originally appeared in Fortune magazine, Oct. 1969 and Feb. 1970.
Local Notes
HathiTrust shared print program 2017.
Series Statement
Perennial Library P 189
Technical Details
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