|Medicinal Plants: An Expanding Role in Development (World Bank, 1996, 32 pages)|
|Usage in Developing Nations|
|Usage in Industrialized Nations|
|2. The resource base|
|National Conservation Activities|
|International Conservation Activities|
|3. Medicinal plants in world bank projects|
|Global Environmental Facility Activities|
|4. Toward a strategy|
|Policy and Regulations|
|Markets and Prices|
|The Ultimate Outcome|
|Distributors of World Bank publications|
|Recent world bank technical papers|
The authors wish to thank Alexander McCalla and Douglas Fomo for their support and encouragement and Robin Porter, Sector Library, World Bank for her efforts in locating and obtaining many of the documents reviewed for the paper. They would also like to thank V. Mackrandilal AF2AG, R Goodland, ENVDR; C. Mackinnon, ENVGC; J. Parrotta, AGRAF; and K. Shawe, NRL UK for their helpful comments on earlier drafts.
Partial financial support from the Research Support Budget of the World Bank is gratefully acknowledged. Sole responsibility for the content of the paper rests with the authors.