Barry Commoner Quotes and its meanings

Barry Commoner has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Education Environmental Faith Food Science Society Technology War

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What does Barry Commoner write about?

Barry Commoner has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about education, environmental, faith, food, science, society, technology & war. People always share Education quotes, Environmental quotes, faith, food, science, society, technology & war from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Barry Commoner?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Barry Commoner.

  • Environmental concern is now firmly embedded in public life: in education, medicine and law in journalism, literature and art.
  • The modern assault on the environment began about 50 years ago, during and immediately after World War II.
  • Earth Day 1970 was irrefutable evidence that the American people understood the environmental threat and wanted action to resolve it.
  • The age of innocent faith in science and technology may be over.
  • As the earth spins through space, a view from above the North Pole would encompass most of the wealth of the world - most of its food, productive machines, doctors, engineers and teachers. A view from the opposite pole would encompass most of the world's poor.
  • My entry into the environmental arena was through the issue that so dramatically - and destructively - demonstrates the link between science and social action: nuclear weapons.
  • The weapons were conceived and created by a small band of physicists and chemists they remain a cataclysmic threat to the whole of human society and the natural environment.
  • It reflects a prevailing myth that production technology is no more amenable to human judgment or social interests than the laws of thermodynamics, atomic structure or biological inheritance.
  • World War II had a very important impact on the development of technology, as a whole.