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Traditional and Modern Approaches to the Environment on the Pacific Rim Tensions and Values

Edited By: Harold Coward
Traditional and Modern Approaches to the Environment on the Pacific Rim
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  • Traditional and Modern Approaches to the Environment on the Pacific Rim ISBN: 9780791438466 Paperback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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&i;`In this book the thematic surveys of the Pacific region range from case studies of the Colorado River, the forests of Western Canada, to energy in Siberia, and urban growth in the Pearl River Delta of southern China. These chapters offer fresh insights into the various tensions between traditional and modern environment and development values in the Pacific. The broad interdisciplinary nature of this study makes it a unique and important contribution to both scholars and those who make policy decisions in both government and the private sector.'&o; Maurice Strong, from the &i;Foreword&o;

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