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Year: 1999
It is now widely accepted that local communities are more likely than central governments or the commercial private sector to pay attention to the long-term consequences of resource use, precisely because they depend upon the sustainable harvesting of the resource for their livelihoods
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Year: 1999
Depending on one's point of view, climate change is a serious global threat, a multi-billion dollar research industry, the subject of endless negotiations and lobbying, a potential source of North-South conflict, or a new basis for North-South co-operation
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Year: 1999
Nalulingo and Chesitia are two farming communities living on the plateau from which Mount Elgon rises
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Year: 1999
The article looks at a specific case of racial oppression manifesting itself within development programs
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Year: 1999
The problem of forests in the world may be summarized as follows
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Year: 1999

India is a country of vast dimensions and presents a rare diversity of situations - people, flora, and fauna
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Year: 1999
In the 19th century British colonial administrators in India took control of vast areas of forestland, which they subsequently exploited through the Imperial Forest Service
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Year: 1999
This paper reports the use of PRA by a third party to bridge the conflicting interests of biodiversity ('conservation') and of local communities ('development') in the Waza National Park, Cameroon
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Year: 1998
The right to a country of one's own, i
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Year: 1998
At first glance, the relationship between Environment and Security appears an obvious one
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