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Year: 2009
Development of tourism in this region needs rural-urban development linkages
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Year: 2009
The base of the knowledge of mountains lies in the deep understanding of their power related to sacred and various dimensions of sacred themes
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Year: 2009
Land-cover change has been identified as one of the most important drivers of change in ecosystems and their services
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Year: 2009
The territory of modern-day Georgia has been continuously inhabited since the early Stone Age and affected by human communities for tens of thousands of years
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Year: 2009
India’s Garhwal Himalaya is an agrobiodiversity hotspot
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Year: 2009
Sikkim Himalaya is a part of globally significant biodiversity hot spots of the world within the greater quadri-national junction of Kanchenjunga landscape in the eastern part of Himalayas
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Year: 2009
Uttarakhand is an Indian mountain state, spread over 53,485 square kilometres
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Year: 2008
What is the best way to control and measure corruption? This paper outlines a method devised by the author which measures corruption and uses it to evaluate alternative strategies to reduce corruption on an Indonesian road-building project
Year: 2008
Indigenous and traditional peoples are among those most at risk from climate change
Year: 2008
Indigenous and traditional peoples are among those most at risk from climate change
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