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Managing planet earth

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      • Includes bibliographical references (p. 141-142).Eleven chapters and the epilogue of this book originally appeared as articles and the closing essay in the September 1989 issue of Scientific American--T.p. verso.Includes index.

        StatementW.H. Freeman
        PublishersW.H. Freeman
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        LC Classifications1990
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 72 p. :
        Number of Pages46
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        ISBN 100716721082
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Planetary management

It will also be a platform for international engagement to ensure that knowledge is generated in partnership with society and users of science. The paper identifies nine boundaries in the Earth system. The green areas represent human activities that are within safe margins, the yellow areas represent human activities that may or may not have exceeded safe margins, the red areas represent human activities that have exceeded safe margins, and the gray areas with red question marks represent human activities for which safe margins have not yet been determined.

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Into the Twenty-First Century: A Handbook for a Sustainable Future. The concept currently has defenders and critics on both sides: questions whether such a task can be accomplished with human help and technology or without first examining the underlying human causes, while geographer acknowledges that "the idea of planetary management may seem preposterous to many, but at this time in history there is no rational alternative".

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