bridges vol. 15, September 2007 / Letter from the Editor
by Caroline Adenberger
Among the many interesting contributions featured in this issue of bridges, I was particularly struck by Helmut Haberl's article on HANPP, which stands for "Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production." What appears very technical at first glance shouldn't keep you from digging into it. In brief, his article explains how one-quarter of nature's resources is gobbled up by a single species - and you can guess which one we are talking about: Humans.
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