Land and sustainable development in Africa
This book links contemporary debates on land reform with wider discourses on sustainable development within Africa, including chapters and in-depth case studies on South Africa and Zimbabwe, Malawi, Kenya, Botswana and West Africa. The book traces the development of ideas about sustainable development and addresses a new agenda based on social justice.
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Land and Sustainable Development
Land and Sustainable Development in South Africa
Interrogating Sustainable Development and Resource
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