I Resources, Development and Producer Power.- The Global Ecosystem.- Oil Prices, OPEC and the Poor Oil Consuming Countries.- The Role of Less Developed Countries in World Resource Use.- Problems of Mineral Supply.- Resources, Producer Power and International Relations.- Conclusions.- II Transition.- The Economic Declaration of the Algiers Summit Meeting.- The Sixth Special Session of the UN General Assembly, April 1974.- First, Second, Third and Fourth Worlds.- Declaration on the Establishment of a New International Economic Order.- Conference of OPEC Member States, Algiers, March 1975.- Speech to the Conference by President Houari Boumedienne.- The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, Kingston, Jamaica, May 1975.- Speech by Prime Minister Harold Wilson of the United Kingdom.- Memorandum on World Economic Interdependence and Trade in Commodities.- Speech by Prime Minister Forbes Burnham of Guyana.- The UNCTAD Commodities Plan.- Postscript: The Seventh Special Session of the UN General Assembly.- Appendix: Notes on Contributors.
Human ecology, the study of the interrelationships between man and his environment, is necessarily in interdisciplinary study. An aim of this series is to demonstrate the importance of appreciating the viewpoints of different disciplines on problems of the human environment when attempting solutions to those problems. It also aims to emphasise the cru
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