Lush, Tim
January 1973
Books in Canada;Jan/Feb73, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p26
Book Review
Reviews books about pollution and environmental economics. 'Canada's Water: For Sale?,' by Richard Bocking; 'James Bay,' by Boyce Richardson; 'The Pollution Guide,' by Tony Bennett and Wade Rowland; 'A Citizen's Guide to Air Pollution,' by D.V. Bates; 'Economic Thinking & Pollution Problems,' edited by D.A.L. Auld; 'The Diseconomics of Growth,' by H.V. Hodson.


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