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Each chapter of Late lessons from early warnings II is provided as a single pdf file.
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 Title   Type 
File Late lessons II chapter 1 - Introduction File
File Late lessons II Chapter 2 - The precautionary principle and false alarms File
File Late lessons II Chapter 3 - Lead in petrol 'makes the mind give way' File
File Late lessons II Chapter 4 - Too much to swallow PCE contamination of mains water File
File Late lessons II Chapter 5 - Minamata disease a challenge for democracy and justice File
File Late lessons II Chapter 6 - Beryllium's 'public relations problem' File
File Late lessons II Chapter 7 - Tobacco industry manipulation of research File
File Late lessons II Chapter 8 - Vinyl chloride a saga of secrecy File
File Late lessons II Chapter 9 - The pesticide DBCP and male infertility File
File Late lessons II Chapter 10 - Bisphenol A contested science divergent safety evaluations File
File Late lessons II Chapter 11 - DDT fifty years since Silent Spring File
File Late lessons II Chapter 12 - Booster biocide antifoulants: is history repeating itself File
File Late lessons II Chapter 13 - Ethinyl oestradiol in the aquatic environment File
File Late lessons II Chapter 14 - Climate change: science and the precautionary priniple File
File Late lessons II Chapter 15 - Floods: lessons about early warning systems File
File Late lessons II Chapter 16 - Seed-dressing systemic insecticides and honeybees File
File Late lessons II Chapter 17 - Ecosystems and managing the dynamics of change File
File Late lessons II Chapter 18 - Late lessons from Chernobyl early warnings from Fukushima File
File Late lessons II Chapter 19 - Hungry for innovation: pathways from GM crops to agroecology File
File Late lessons II Chapter 20 - Invasive alien species: a growing but neglected threat File
File Late lessons II Chapter 21 - Mobile phone use and brain tumour risk: early warnings early actions File
File Late lessons II Chapter 22 - Nanotechnology - early lessons from early warnings File
File Late lessons II Chapter 23 - Understanding and accounting for the costs of inaction File
File Late lessons II Chapter 24 - Protecting early warners and late victims File
File Late lessons II Chapter 25 - Why did business not react with precaution to early warnings File
File Late lessons II Chapter 26 - Science for precautionary decision-making File
File Late lessons II Chapter 27 - More or less precaution File
File Late lessons II chapter 28 - In conclusion File
File text/texmacs Late lessons II - Acknowledgements File
File Late lessons II - Annexes File
File Late lessons from early warnings II - Bee decline debate File

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