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Our main challenge during the coming decades is not to use more investment and greater physical inputs in order to increase food production but rather to pick up a great deal of slack that exists throughout our food system. By reducing significant inefficiencies in the use of fertilizers,...
Most analyses of health risks incident to the adoption of a product, process or facility treat only the effects of human exposure to pollutants. A growing body of research in the social sciences suggests strong linkages between health status and the economic status of populations. This paper...
This article investigates protected areas governance and the role of justice in it. The article argues that protected areas governance is needed because resources such as biodiversity and heritage create conflicts over their use and preservation. The resolutions of these conflicts need to be...
Analysts of environmental policy in the former Communist states of Central and Eastern Europe have increasingly recognised the need to interrelate inherited social institutions and new political dynamics. This perspective is developed by examining the transformation of minerals policy in the...
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