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Who wrote the article, “The ailing planet”
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When and where was the ‘Green Movement’ started and what has been its contribution?
The green movement was initialized in 1972 when the first National Green Party was founded in New Zealand. It projected earth as a living creature which needed to be nurtured to sensitize people towards conserving nature. They desired to protect the rights of earth and be respected.
Why is the earth compared to a patient?
What do you understand by the concept ‘sustainable development’?
What does the notice "The World's most dangerous animal" at a cage in the zoo at Lusaka, Zambia, signify?
What is the new awareness that has dawned upon man-the most dangerous animal?
What makes the author remark that the 'earth itself is a living organism’?
What does the expression ‘a holistic and ecological view of the world’ suggests?
What are the earth’s principal biological systems and how do they form the foundation of the global economic system?
How are the earth’s principal biological systems being depleted?
Explain: "forests precede mankind, deserts follow."
“What goes under the pot now costs more than what goes inside it”. Explain.
What according to the author is the pace at which forestlands are depleting in the world?
Economic growth and population growth are contradictory forces. Comment.
What, according to the author, is the transcending concern today?
How do poor countries cooking fuel needs spell disaster for forests?
How has population increased after the year 1800?

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