Series: Issues in Social Policy
By: T Barton, G Borrini-Feyerabend, A de Sherbinin and P Warren
257 pages, Tabs
Handbook which focuses on the reciprocal influences of population dynamics and the local environment; illustrates concepts, methods and tools for primary environmental care; emphasizes local knowledge and skill and local management of natural resources that foster responsibility for both population and the environment; and describes a participatory action research (PAR) process in an imaginary village to illustrate PAR methods.
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