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Ecology, economics and ethics: Some key issues relevant to natural resource management in developing countries

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Reports that while overconsumption of the world's natural resources is a problem in developed nations, it is population growth and biological resource depletion that are the bane of developing nations. Uses India as an example for discussing biodiversity, natural resource issues and ecosystem function in an Asian context. Examines the linkages between ecological and social processes when humans are integrated within the structural and functional attributes of the ecosystem. Suggests a holistic approach for the rehabilitation and sustainable development of rural systems, so conserving biodiversity and natural resources.
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Keywords: Environment; Green Issues; Land Use; Resource Management; Sustainable Development

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1998-02-01

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