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|Title:||Sustainability ethics: tales of two cultures|
|Description:||Two small isolated Pacific islands colonized by Polynesians experienced quite different fates - Easter Island suffered a major ecological collapse, while Tikopia appears to have attained sustainability. Both events occurred before European contact and provide valuable evidence in the discussion of sustainability ethics.|
|Appears in Collections:||Science General|
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