How Much Land Can Ten Billion People Spare for Nature?

Task Force Reports - R121 - February 1994
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Advances in farming technology combined with changing values and diets could ensure that the world’s population will use existing cropland more economically and thus save more land for natural or wilderness use in the next 50 years. Author: Paul E. Waggoner, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven.

R121, February 1994, 64 pp., Available free online and in print (fee for shipping/handling).


Task Force Author(s)

Paul Waggoner

Task Force Reviewers

Dennis Avery
Roland Clement

Task Force Members

Vernon Ruttan

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