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  1. Radical Solutions for Australia's Environmental Crisis is a 2005 book by Professor Ian Lowe, which argues that the warnings from environmental scientists are urgent and unequivocal

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  2. Professor Lowe suggests that resources are being used too quickly, environmental systems are being compromised, and society is being destabilised by the increasing gap between rich and poor

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  3. Lowe proposes several radical solutions

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  4. advocates a fundamental change to our personal values and social institutions and provides a vision of a healthier society – one that is more humane, takes an eco-centric approach, adopts longer-term thinking, and respects natural systems

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  5. Ian Lowe, AO, is a respected environmental scientist in Australia

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