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Eric Claus has worked in civil and environmental engineering for over 20 years.

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Society - 17/11/2009 - 14 comments
Good reasons to hope we can become sustainable
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Good reasons for not wanting to be sustainable
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Zero immigration and sustainable populations
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The legacy of 'Silent Spring'
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Battle poverty with an 'education army'
Education - 3/02/2005 - 8 comments
Political expediency in push for population growth
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