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June 12, 2006

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Helmut LUBBERS

The 100 questions are far too narrow. They stay within in their applied ecological framework.

Links need to be made to human numbers, indeed, but also to the prevailing policy of economic expansion ("economic growth").

No amount of ecological questions can be resolved as long as our offical economical policies are steering us with increased speed against the wall of total depletion and toxification of our planet.

dell erickson

I read the "100 Questions" with great anticipation.

Alas, most of them are not new --but not always answered-- and the most fundamental systems issue was completely avoided, U.K., U.S. and world population growth and levels.

Lacking those most fundamental issues turns the policy makers into disingenous political hacks.

Sorry for the blunt language; I for one, expected a great deal more from this body.

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