From Pink to Green

From Pink to Green

Disease Prevention and the Environmental Breast Cancer Movement

eBook - 2009
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Mass Destruction is the compelling story of Daniel Jackling and the development of open-pit hard rock mining, its role in the wiring of an electrified America, and its devastating environmental effects. This new method of mining, complimenting the mass production and mass consumption that came to define the "American way of life"in the early twentieth century, promised infinite supplies of copper and other natural resources. LeCain deftly analyzes how open-pit mining continues to adversely effect the environment and how, as the world begins to rival American resource consump.
Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, ©2009.
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1 online resource (x, 252 pages) : illustrations.

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