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> Date sent: Thu, 5 Dec 1996 10:50:53 +0000
> From: SEAVERSG <GEOFF.SEAVERS@bbsrc.ac.uk>
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> Subject: agricultural dependence
> Dear Anne,
> I saw your request on sanet and looked up a few references.
> The Open University here in the UK has produced anumber of courses which may
> contain relevent material. All of these have excellent course books which have
> been published by reputable publishing houses.
> U206 - Environment (1991) has four volumes and is published by Hodder and
> Stoughton, Sevenoaks, Kent, Uk.
> 1. Environment and society
> 2. Environment, population and development
> 3. Energy, resources, and environment
> 4. Global environmental issues (ISBN 0-340-53362-5)
> Course chair - Dr Phil Sarre
> D215 - The shape of the world : Explorations in human geography (1995) has five
> volumes and is published by Oxford University press, Uk.
> 1. Geographical worlds
> 2. A shrinking world? Global uneveness and inequality
> 3. An overcrowded world? Population, resources and the environment
> 4. A place in the world? Places, cultures and globalisation
> 5. A global world? Reordering political space (ISBN 0-19-874193-6)
> Course chair - Dr John Allen
> DT210 - Environmental policy in an international context (EPIC) (1995) has
> three volumes and is published by Arnold a member of Hodder Headline Group,
> London, UK. Copublished in the Americas by Halstead press, an imprint of John
> Wiley and sons, New York.
> 1. Perspectives
> 2. Conflicts
> 3. Prospects (ISBN 0-340-65262-4 / ISBN 0-470-23585-3)
> Course chairs - Professor Andrew Blowers / Pieter Glasbergen
> Open University
> Milton Keynes
> MK7 6AG
> You might also want to have a look at the Brundtland Report by the UN:-
> United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development (1987) Our
> common future (The Brundtland Report), Oxford, Oxford University Press.
> The BBC also did a radio program on the subject in March this year you can get
> a transcript if you are willing to pay them for it:-
> File on Radio 4 - Sat 30 March 1996 5pm concerning farming cash crops in Africa
> and the use of pesticides to create blemish-free french beans and flowers for
> Uk supermarkets.
> Transcript 20 English pounds, tape 35 English pounds
> Tel +44 171 580 4468 or
> +44 181 752 7938
> I hope this helps you, please feel free to forward it to sanet if you think
> they might be interested
> Geoff Seavers
> IACR-Long Ashton Research Station
> BS18 9AF
Dr. E. Ann Clark
University of Guelph
Guelph, ON N1G 2W1
Phone: 519-824-4120 Ext. 2508
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