From the thinning of the Arctic sea ice to the invasion of the mosquito-borne West Nile virus, State of the World 2001 shows how the economic boom of the last decade has damaged natural systems. The increasingly visible evidence of environmental deterioration is only the tip of a much more dangerous problem: the growing inequities in wealth and income between countries and within countries, inequities that will generate enormous social unrest and pressure for change.Toyota, Honda, and General Motors have ... While such innovations are promising, history has shown that technical solutions to one problem can exacerbate other problems or even ... For the past decade, this has | | 3 State of the World 2001.
|Title||:||State of the World 2001|
|Author||:||The Worldwatch Institute|
|Publisher||:||Island Press - 2015-03-19|