Toxic archipelago

Toxic archipelago

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This fascinating environmental history of Japan examines how traditions and practices in several industries -- from raising silkworms to mining lead and coal to refining petroleum -- have affected the health of workers and those who have lived in these toxic landscapes.American Pioneers and the Japanese Frontier: American Experts in Nineteenth- Century Japan. Westport ... New York: Columbia University Press, 1966. a€”a€”a€”. An Outline of a Theory of Civilization. Translated by ... a€œTanaka ShAzAa#39;s Vision of an Alternative Constitutional Modernity for Japan. ... Environmental Law in Japan.

Title:Toxic archipelago
Author: Brett L. Walker
Publisher:University of Washington Press - 2009-07-01

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