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|Unfortunately our affluent society has also been an effluent society This chapter |
addresses the paramount issue of the effects and impacts that a project can
cause on the environment, the society and the economy, which is imperative ...
|Finally, we have present a summary of conclusions of our experiences in |
performing this research. ... Hubert H. Humphrey, vice-president of the United
States of America (1965-1969) said "Unfortunately, our affluent society has been
an effluent society" in respect to marine pollution about ... Today, most people
know that it is important not only to monitor marine pollution but also to assess
the quality of ...
|That is not to say "stay in your place" or "hang on to your place," because |
ambition or boredom may dictate upward or downward mobility, but a sense of
place a feel for ... 2 Unfortunately, our affluent society has also been an
|We have never established a practice of tenure in public office. - Humphrey, |
Hubert H. Unfortunately, our affluent society has also been an effluent society. -
Humphrey, Hubert H. The President is the people's lobbyist. - Humphrey, Hubert
|These products and technologies are available to textile producers throughout |
the wet processing chain, from preparation through dyeing, printing, and finishing
PREPARATION "Unfortunately, our affluent society has also been an effluent ...
|Unfortunately, our affluent society has also been an effluent society. [291 Gannon |
College Erie, Pennsylvania October 11, 1066 . . . Los Angeles. Only a few years
ago, smog was regarded as an affliction peculiar to Los Angeles and a ...
|The final report, Restoring the Quality of Our Environment, was a landmark in the |
evolution of environmental study and policy. ... The affluent society should not
become the effluent society. ... in February that This generation has altered the
composition of the atmosphere on a global scale through radioactive materials
and a steady increase in ... Unfortunately, despite these efforts, the matter
received little public attention or federal action; the problem appeared vague and
|It is unfortunate that many of our present pollution problems are surfacing |
because 'dilution is not the solution' to pollution control. Population growth ...
Most planning (or lack of planning) in the past has been on a unilateral basis.
The farmer ... Today, affluent societies are also unfortunately 'effluent' societies.
Yet, with wise ...
|It has been suggested that America's "affluent" society of the mid-twentieth |
century could become an "effluent" society. Vast hills of wastes and pollutants
have been piling up around our nation's cities and towns; not even our farms are
spared. ... Facilities for incinerating wastes save land, but they also increase air
pollution and have skyrocketed disposal costs. ... Unfortunately, many of those
who work with the problem are reluctant to attempt solutions requiring disciplines
they are not ...
|Advocating a new approach to the problem of global warming, the managing directors of American Environics examine the failures of environmentalism and offer a manifesto for political change that is capable of dealing with challenges ...|