Ecological Destruction, Health, and Development: Advancing Asian Paradigms
Trans Pacific Press, 2004 - Business & Economics - 638 pages
Uniquely interdisciplinary in orientation, the book joins experts in ecology, agriculture, medicine and development studies to produce this large-scale study. The authors argue that a number of qualitatively different regional types exist in the world, each comprising its own homeostasis. The book presents a fresh perspective on environmental area studies and demonstrates that the process of globalization leads to the destruction of the coexistence of human beings and their environments.
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