This book provides the results of an interdisciplinary seminar from 1967 in which researchers identify and define problems within the environment and present different avenues to correct them.
Featuring the research and analysis of professionals in a variety of fields—from physics and engineering to landscape architecture and theater—The Quality of the Environment is a rewriting of a seminar held at the University of Wisconsin in 1967.
Through investigation of the major aspects of the environment, including land, air, and water, as well as aesthetic and psychosocial aspects, information is presented on the identification and definition of problems within the environment in the 1960s and some of the first avenues proposed to bring about possible change.
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