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close this bookCritical Consumption Trends and Implications - Degrading Earth's Ecosystems (WRI, 1999, 72 pages)
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Open this folder and view contentsI. Food Consumption and Disruption of the Nitrogen Cycle
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John Firor
Vice Chairman
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Frances G. Beinecke
Robert O. Blake
Bert Bolin
Robert N. Burt
David T. Buzzelli
Deb Callahan
Michael R. Deland
Sylvia A. Earle
Tish Emerson
José María Figueres
Shinji Fukukawa
John H. Gibbons
William M. Haney, III
Cynthia Helms
Calestous Juma
Yolanda Kakabadse
Jonathan Lash
Jeffrey T. Leeds
Jane Lubchenco
C. Payne Lucas
William F. Martin
Julia Marton-Lefèvre
Matthew Nimetz
Paulo Nogueira-Neto
Ronald L. Olson
Peter H. Raven
Florence T. Robinson
Roger W. Sant
Stephan Schmidheiny
Bruce Smart
James Gustave Speth
Maurice F. Strong
Meg Taylor
Mostafa K. Tolba
Alvaro Umaña
Victor L. Urquidi
Pieter Winsemius
Wren Wirth

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