Why the U.N. Conference on Environment failed to come to grips with the global pollution crisis! Brussels, Belgium, Suppose you had been in Stockholm in June 1972. You would have seen representatives of 114 of the world's governments assembled in a major conference about the earth's environmental problems. They would be, you might well suppose, serious-minded individuals – selected or elected for their competence, loyalty and tenacity - meeting together for long hours to work out major problems. Why not sit in on one of the committee meetings typical of most that transpired during the 11-day conference.
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