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Diversity, globalization, and the ways of nature

Danilo J. Anton

International Development Research Centre

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Published by the International Development Research Centre

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International Development Research Centre 1995

Anton, D.J.

Diversity, globalization, and the ways of nature. Ottawa, ON, IDRC, 1995. xi + 223 p.: ill.

/Environmental degradation/, /environmental management/, /biodiversity/, /ecological balance/, /internationalization/ - /forests/, /grasslands/, /aquatic environment/, /water resources/, /air quality/, /energy resources /, /Africa/, /Latin America/, /Caribbean/, /urban environment/, /decentralization/, bibliography.

UDC: 574 ISBN: 0-88936-724-8

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