Afghanistan's Environment in Transition

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Asian Development Bank, 2002 - Business & Economics - 32 pages
"Providing perspectives on the most significant environmental issues currently facing Afghanistan as it emerges from years of conflict and isolation, this book recommends a set of approaches to rehabilitate and protect the natural resource base while providing the Afghani people with the means for their livelihoods through sustainable resources. This book examines how these resources have been severely degraded as a consequence of past political instability and weakly implemented environment and resource management policies."

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
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Land Use in Afghanistan 1981
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SUBSECTOR NEEDS AND PERSPECTIVES
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About the author (2002)

Ali Azimi is a senior environmental specialist at the Asian Development Bank. David McCauley, Ph.D., is the director of the Asia-Pacific region for International Resources Group and is an adjunct senior fellow in the environmental studies program at the East-West Center.

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