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by Gino J. Marco
Publisher: American Chemical Society (June 1986)
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Silent Spring Revisited.
Silent Spring Revisited. ISBN-13: 978-0841209800. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.
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Silent Spring – by Rachel Carson Summary of Silent Spring Rachel Carson had worked for the . Fish and Wildlife Service before she wrote the book, and she had colleagues who were as aware of the dangers of pesticides as she was. American scientist and author Rachel Carson is said to have sparked the modern day environmental movement with the publication of Silent Spring in 1962. She made vivid the prospect of life without birdsong. But has her warning been heeded? Fifty years on, Conor Mark Jameson reflects on the growth of environmentalism since Silent Spring was published
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Silent Spring is an environmental science book by Rachel Carson. The book was published on September 27, 1962, documenting the adverse environmental effects caused by the indiscriminate use of pesticides. Carson accused the chemical industry of spreading disinformation, and public officials of accepting the industry's marketing claims unquestioningly.
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Silent Spring Revisited - eBook. Fifty years on, Conor Mark Jameson reflects on the growth of environmentalism since Silent Spring was published
Silent Spring Revisited - eBook. Fifty years on, Conor Mark Jameson reflects on the growth of environmentalism since Silent Spring was published. His revealing and engaging tale plots milestone events in conservation, popular culture and political history in the British Isles and beyond, tracing a path through the half century since 'zero hour', 1962. Around this he weaves his own observations and touching personal experiences, seeking to answer the question: what happened to the birds, and birdsong, and why does it matter?