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Developing Amazonia Deforestation and Social Conflict in Brazil's Carajas Programme

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By: Anthony Hall(Author)
304 pages, Illus.
Developing Amazonia
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  • Developing Amazonia ISBN: 9780719035500 Paperback Dec 1991 Out of Print #11198
  • Developing Amazonia ISBN: 9780719024948 Hardback Dec 1989 Out of Print #5808
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The Carajas programme is a vast, official development plan that favours large scale commercial interests like mining, forestry and agri-businesses at the expense of peasant farmers. Lessons must be drawn, for the safe-keeping of other tropical rain forests, from its frequently ignored side-effects which include land-grabbing, population displacement, invasion of Indian lands and environmental degradation.

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Out of Print
By: Anthony Hall(Author)
304 pages, Illus.
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