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By Daniel B. Botkin,Alfred Runte

25 Myths which are Destroying the surroundings explores the various myths circulating in ecological and political discussions. those myths usually force coverage, and Botkin is the following to set the checklist directly. What could seem like an environmentally wide awake motion might be bringing in regards to the unnatural destruction of habitats and ecosystems.

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