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Table of Contents
|Is the Precautionary Principle a Sound Approach to Risk Analysis?|
|Is Sustainable Development Compatible with Human Welfare?|
|Should a Price Be Put on the Goods and Services Provided by the World's Ecosystems?|
|Principles Versus Politics|
|Should North America's Landscape Be Restored to Its Pre-Human State?|
|Should the Military Be Exempt from Environmental Regulations?|
|Will Restricting Carbon Emissions Damage the U.S. Economy?|
|Should We Drill for Offshore Oil?|
|Is Carbon Capture Technology Ready to Limit Carbon Emissions?|
|Is It Time to Put Geothermal Energy Development on the Fast Track?|
|Should Cars Be More Efficient?|
|Are Biofuels Responsible for Rising Food Prices?|
|Is It Time to Revive Nuclear Power?|
|Food and Population|
|Are Improved Aid Policies the Best Way to Improve Global Food Supply and Protect World Population?|
|Is Genetic Engineering the Answer to Hunger?|
|Can Organic Farming Feed the World?|
|Should DDT Be Banned Worldwide?|
|Do Environmental Hormone Mimics Pose a Potentially Serious Health Threat?|
|Is the Superfund Program Successfully Protecting Human Health from Hazardous Materials?|
|Should the United States Reprocess Spent Nuclear Fuel?|
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