Health and Population Set
Published October 1st 2009 by Routledge – 2,030 pages
Series: Earthscan Library Collection
The Health and Population set contains key texts by world renowned experts on global population and health as it links to development and environmental challenges. In the last two decades, environmental threats and the challenge of sustainability have moved to the very centre of political, business and, increasingly, personal agendas. The Earthscan Library Collection has been created to bring back into print the seminal texts in sustainability from the past 25 years. The Collection offers a unique opportunity to gain broad, archival coverage of all aspects of sustainability. It allows the individual as well as institutional purchaser the ability to acquire volumes by many of the most well-respected thinkers and authors across the subject.
Birth Without Doctors: Conversations with traditional midwives By Jacqueline Vincent-Priya 9781849710381 224 pp Coping with Population Challenges By Louise Lassonde 9781849710312 196 pp Health and Climate Change: Modelling the impacts of global warming and ozone depletion By Pim Martens 9781849710350 204 pp Health and Environmental Impact Assessment: An integrated approach By the British Medical Association 9781849710374 260 pp Population and Strategies for National Sustainable Development: A guide to assist national policy makers in linking population and environment in strategies for development By Gayl D Ness with Meghan V Golay 9781849710343 164 pp The Future Population of the World: What can we assume today Edited by Wolfgang Lutz 9781849710329 526 pp The Politics of Population: Cairo 1994 By Stanley Johnson 9781849710336 260 pp The Therapeutic Nightmare: The battle over the world's most controversial sleeping pill By John Abraham and Julie Shepherd 9781849710367 196 pp