By Brett L. Walker
Contributor note: ahead through William Cronon
This interesting environmental heritage of Japan examines how traditions and practices in different industries
• from elevating silkworms to mining lead and coal to refining petroleum
• have affected the healthiness of employees and people who have lived in those poisonous landscapes.
Brett Walker is Regents' Professor and division chairperson of background and philosophy on the college of Montana, Bozeman. he's the writer of The misplaced Wolves of Japan.
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