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Operationalising Sustainable Development Economic-Ecological Modelling for Developing Countries

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By: Kanchan Chopra and Gopal K Kadekodi
Operationalising Sustainable Development
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  • Operationalising Sustainable Development ISBN: 9780761993308 Hardback May 1999 Out of Print #106517
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Applies the concept of sustainable development operationally to the development of the forest, water, agricultural and livestock sectors of one of India's most underdeveloped districts.

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Economic-Ecological Modelling A Conceptual Framework Palamau Ecology, Economy and Development A Resource-Based Ecology-Economy Model for Palamau District Water in Palamau Forest Resources of Palamau and Their Modelling Livestock Resources and Linkages The Agricultural Economy of Palamau Consumption Pattern, Basic Needs and Investments Implications for Resource and Livelihood Sustainability Cyclic System of Development An Institutional Approach to Sustainable Development Sustainable Development with Policy Alternatives Lessons from the Palamau Study Summary and Conclusions

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