Development at the crossroads: agriculture versus tourism versus the environment in Bali, Indonesia
Discusses the implications of growing poverty in developing countries, with a historical overview of foreign aid. Discusses recommendations of the Pearson Commission, the impact of world crises such as inflatin and petroleum shortage.
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agricultural development agricultural productivity agricultural sector agricultural system agro-chemicals analysis Astika Ayung River Bali after 1970 Bali Strait Bali's banjar BIMAS BSDP Carbamates centres changes chemicals coastal plain contamination culture decline Denpasar desa Dissected Volcanic Sediments Drysdale early ecological economic environment erosion estate-type crops expansion fertilisers fertilisers and pesticides fluvisols Foley Green Revolution HYVs income increased Indonesian INMAS inputs Integrated Pest Management intensification programs intensive irrigation Ketut land conversion McTaggart Michael Mickler natural environment ND Mid-Stream ND ND Mouth ND ND Mid-Stream ND ND ND organisation organophosphates palewija percent Pest Management Program pesticide residue population population density potential problems Repelita program result rice fields RICE PRODUCTION rural sawah settlements Sibangkaja slopes social soil fertility soil structure Source ND ND state-initiated developments structure Subak Uma Lambing Sukarno sustainable sweet potato tonnes per hectare tourism development traditional Balinese UNDP UNDP8 urban village Volcanic Foothills wet rice cultivation whilst Zimmerman