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And J. Kent, eds. 2005. The New Gaia Atlas of Planet Management, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA. 5 Chemical Pollution The major forms of chemical pollution include radioactive compounds, heavy metals, and a wide range of organic compounds of human origin. Out of the 80,000 chemicals in commerce, 1,000 are known to be neurotoxic in experiments, 200 are known to be neurotoxic in humans, and five are known to be toxic to human neurodevelopment. Different chemicals act differently within the Earth system.

Remembering that the scale of the economy is population times per capita resource use, both per capita resource use and population must stabilize or decline. , conservation, efficiency, technological improvements, and recycling); second, Humanity’s Current Dilemma 23 reducing the population explosion; and third, redistribution from overconsumers to the poor. Brundtland was probably being politically astute in leaving fuzzy the fourth necessary condition. This is the transition from focusing on the scale of the economy and input growth to qualitative development, holding the scale consistent with the regenerative and assimilative capacities of global life-support systems.

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