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Rural Poverty and Environmental Degradation in Haiti

Rural Poverty and Environmental Degradation in Haiti
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  • Rural Poverty and Environmental Degradation in Haiti ISBN: 9781881157076 Paperback Dec 1991 Out of Print #46706
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The dominant form of environmental degradation in Haiti is deforestation, which directly affects the country's vast majority, the rural poor.

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