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Silent spring

Silent Spring

  • Release Date 01/1962
  • Printed Pages 244

Rachel Carson's Silent Spring is widely recognised as one of the most influential books of the 20th century. Its publication in 1962 generated a chain of events that permanently altered conventional public perceptions about pesticides. It led to a ban on the use of chemicals like DDT in the United States of America and inspired the setting up of the US Environment Protection Agency.

Birds of Goa

Heinz Lainer
Rahul Alvares
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The one straw revolution
New Arrivals
The humanure handbook
Indian science and technology in the eighteenth century

The Collected Writings of Dharampal

With an introduction by Claude Alvares