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close this bookPopulation, Land Management, and Environmental Change (UNU, 1996, 89 pages)
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close this folder1. People, land management, and environmental change: The problems that a United Nations University programme is studying
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View the documentIntensification and innovation
View the documentA case in East Africa
View the documentThe management of degradation: A west African case
View the documentA case of stagnation in Papua New Guinea
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close this folder2. Land management for sustainable development: Farmers' participation
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View the documentSustainable land management is possible
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close this folder3. Women farmers: Environmental managers of the world
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close this folder4. Land-use change and population in Papua New Guinea
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View the documentTraditional agriculture system
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close this folder5. Agricultural sustainability and food in Papua New Guinea
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View the documentAgricultural sustainability in low population density areas
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close this folder6. Population pressure and agrodiversity in marginal areas of Northern Thailand
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View the documentDynamics of highland land use
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close this folder7. Managing the resources of the Amazonian Várzea
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View the documentA diversity of patterns
View the documentDiversity, complexity, and change: The case of Santa Rosa
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close this folder8. Global environment and population carrying capacity
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View the documentCriteria for sustainable development
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close this folder9. Concluding remarks
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