The Abuse of a Just Cause
In this collection of articles, an environmental scientist traces a journey through the wilderness of environmental politics. In his travels, Dr. Edward Krug developed a unique perspective on vital areas of the environmental issues, making him critical of both sides of the environmental debate. Environment Betrayed delves into numerous environmental issues and into environmentalism itself, presenting both Dr. Krug?s opinions and the well-documented opinions of others who were active participants in the environmental arena.
Dr. Krug has worked as an environmental scientist since the early eighties, and much of the research and information included here originated in the eighties and nineties. Despite this gap of time, defenders of modern Western civilization don?t seem to recognize the nature of the environmental war, let alone many of its details. By raising issues, environmentalists also define the battlefield?that is, the context of thought. Krug cites credible sources on both sides of the debate with varying perspectives on where things stand in this conflict.
Only by gaining a clear understanding of what?s at stake can we truly grasp the numerous environmental issues swirling around us and what they will mean for our future.
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by Edward C. Krug
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by on September 25, 2016
- iUniverse, June 2012
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