Edited By: L Arizpe, MP Stone and DC Major
352 pages, Tabs
This volume places population processes in their social, political and economic contexts while it considers their environmental impacts. The contributors argue for the fundamental insight that the impact of population on the environment involves not just absolute numbers of people - nor even just population densities - but also multifaceted social, political and institutional factors.
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