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Culture and Global Change Social Perceptions of Deforestation in the Lacandon Rain Forest in Mexico

By: L Arizpe, F Paz and M Velásquez
115 pages, Tabs
Culture and Global Change
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  • Culture and Global Change ISBN: 9780472083480 Paperback Jan 1996 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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  • Culture and Global Change ISBN: 9780472106523 Hardback Dec 1996 Out of Print #47162
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The Lacandon rain forest in Mexico provides a vivid example of an environmental challenge that needs the concerned efforts of many different groups, and not only technical solutions, to be successfully resolved. The authors focus on the social perceptions of all those involved in the forest's future - landowners, farm workers, housewives, professionals and civil servants.

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By: L Arizpe, F Paz and M Velásquez
115 pages, Tabs
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