2 edition of Crisis and conservation found in the catalog.
Crisis and conservation
|Statement||Charlie Pye-Smith and Chris Rose.|
|Contributions||Rose, Chris, 1956-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 213 p.|
|Number of Pages||213|
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The energy crisis played a key role in the economic downturn of the s. With the OPEC oil embargo of , oil prices jumped %, and the higher costs rippled through the economy. Although business and government asked consumers to help by conserving energy, and entrepreneurs worked on solutions, the economic crises worsened. and conservation of the Nigerian environment. KEYWORDS: Energy Crisis, Energy Poverty, Development, Environment, Environmental Education. INTRODUCTION The environment and its associated issues became subjects of concern which generated global discussions since the early The rate at which the health and quality of the environmentFile Size: KB.
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