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Environment, Development, Agriculture Integrated policy through human ecology

By: Bernhard Glaeser
174 pages, Figs, tabs
Environment, Development, Agriculture
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  • Environment, Development, Agriculture ISBN: 9781857282900 Hardback Dec 1995 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Spanning philosophy, theory, policy, politics and pratical implementation, this book presents a unified theory on fields that are usually treated separately, with a particular bearing on the study of the `South'.

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By: Bernhard Glaeser
174 pages, Figs, tabs
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