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When Enough is Enough: A Christian Framework for Environmental Sustainability Paperback – 16 Mar 2007
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From the Publisher
This volume offers a Christian framework for sustainable
development of the earth's resources. The contributors include some of the
world's experts on the subject. Based on the joint Christians in Science,
John Ray Initiative and Victoria Institute conference in 2005.
About the Author
R.J. (Sam) Berry, FRSE - Professor of Genetics, University
College London 1978-2000
Dave Bookless - Director of A Rocha UK
John Bryant - Professor of Cell Biology, Exeter University 1985-2002
Flavio Comim - Coordinating Lead Author of the Millennium Assessment
Project; Director of the Capability and Sustainability Project at St
Edmund's College, Cambridge
Joanne Green - Advocacy manager for Progressio; previously Senior Policy
Advisor on Water and Sanitation with Tear Fund
Donald Hay - acting Pro Vice Chancellor for Planning and Resources in the
University of Oxford, and a Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford
Sir Brian Heap, FRS - Foreign Secretary of the Royal Society 1996-2001;
Master of St Edmund's College, Cambridge 1996-2004
Margot Hodson - Chaplain, Jesus College, Oxford
Sir John Houghton, FRS - Chairman of the Scientific Panel of the
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 1988-2002; Director-General of
the Meteorological Office 1983-91
Sir Ghillean Prance, FRS - Director of the Royal Botanic Garden 1988-99;
Scientific Director of the Eden Project
David Stafford - Managing Director of Enviro-Control, Ltd
John Wibberley - Professor of Agriculture at the Royal Agricultural
College, Cirencester until 1989; Visiting Professor in International and
Rural Development, Reading University 1994