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Cry Out--An Illustrated Guide to What You Can Do To Save the Earth, 48 pp., 1990. General information booklet on ways to combat various forms of environmental pollution. Suitable for children as well as general public. For more information contact Earth Communications Office, POB 36M39 #207, Los Angeles CA 90036 (213-932-7968).

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Nuclear Famine (No. 185), C.C. Harwell (Cornell Univ.), M.A. Harwell, 16 pp., Carolina Biology Readers, Scientific Publ. Dept., Carolina Biolog. Supply Co., Burlington NC 27215.

A well-illustrated summary of scientific understanding of the direct and indirect effects of nuclear war on civilization and ecosystems. Aimed at high school classes or adults.

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The Greenhouse Crisis--101 Ways to Save the Earth-- And How You Fit into the Puzzle, 25 pp., 1990. Citizens' guide available from the Greenhouse Crisis Foundation, 1130 17th St. NW, S. 630, Washington DC 20036.

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A Study of Global Change, 8 pp., 1989. A general information brochure co-produced by the International Geosphere-Biosphere Program (IGBP) and the International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU). Reviews the objectives, research priorities, requirements and the organization of IGBP. Available from IGBP Secretariat, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Box 50005, S-104 05 Stockholm, Sweden, or ICSU Secretariat, 51 Blvd. de Montmorency, F-75016 Paris, France.

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