Earth heritage

Jean-Marie Pelt
Fayard (19 September 2000)


The author always honestly presents the arguments of his opponents and the doubts that the research has not yet dissipated: the greenhouse effect and the evolution of the climate; pollution of air, water and soil; the need to preserve biodiversity; the dangers represented by genetically modified organisms (GMOs); the fight against a development model from the United States and embodied by the worrisome company Monsanto ... Because he is not the type to give up, Jean-Marie Pelt still proposes concrete measures, alternatives to blind productivism, common sense methods to curb the disaster

Econology Comments
Obviously essential, this book may seem a bit fatalistic at times. Let's hope that the earth has little known regeneration capabilities ...

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