[Coral-List] 7 Billion Question

J. Michael Nolan mnolan at rainforestandreef.org
Fri Apr 5 15:32:32 EDT 2013

List Members....

Am on an especially good Earth Science listserv. This has been a huge issue for some time now. Obviously, there are going to be topic over-laps, so I thank people on this list for posting comments on Climate Change, and obviously the effects it is and will be having on Coral Systems around the world.

Here is a book that could interest some. It actually came from Ecolog-l, a list with over 15,000 members today.

Rob Dietz has posted an excerpt from *Enough Is Enough: Building a
Sustainable Economy in a World of Finite Resources*.  Readers seem to be
enjoying the book -- 31 out of 35 reviewers on Amazon.com have given it a
5-star rating.

You can take a look at the excerpt here:
http://steadystate.org/enough-is-enough-excerpt/I don't know the author and have no connection with his selling of the book.

Thanks and have a great weekend.

Mike Nolan

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