Man's waste can serve man . . . or pollute his environment. Technically, that's the gist of the problem. The technology and know-how needed to harness refuse in the service of man is with us here and now.

The will to act is with us, too; but, so far, it appears to be too feeble to meet the political, social, and economic challenge. We may, however, take some comfort in the fact that the will to act may be gaining strength, slowed only by dollars. Instruction in environment improvement is needed and it must begin with the young people who are forming their political, social and economic habits.



environmental improvement, role of land and soil, pollution

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