Global Change and Challenge: Geography for the 1990s
Publisher: Routledge | ISBN: 0415001439 | edition 1991 | PDF | 280 pages | 8,12 mb
We are now confronted with the challenge of change. This challenge is the result of a revolution of our world economy and society and the growing impact of human activity on the environment. Global Change and Challenge examines some of the crucial challenges facing society in the 1990s and how geography can contribute to their understanding and management. Using the theme of how societies adapt to change, the contributors - at the time of writing all members of the Geography department of the London School of Economics - deal with some of the issues confronting modern geography in three broad groups.