The historical roots of our ecologic crisis.

@article{White1967TheHR,
  title={The historical roots of our ecologic crisis.},
  author={L. White},
  journal={Science},
  year={1967},
  volume={155 3767},
  pages={1203-7}
}
A conversation with Aldous Huxley not infrequently put one at the receiving end of an unforgettable monologue. About a year before his lamented death he was discoursing on a favorite topic: Man's unnatural treatment of nature and its sad results. To illustrate his point he told how, during the previous summer, he had returned to a little valley in England where he had spent many happy months as a child. Once it had been composed of delightful grassy glades; now it was becoming overgrown with… CONTINUE READING
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