Dictionary of Environment and Development: People, Places, Ideas, and Organizations
As the linkage of environment and development issues moves increasingly to the forefront of international concerns, a variety of ideas and phrases from insiders in a number of fields are appearing in books and news reports. This concise reference offers readers a guide to these new terms. It covers ecological process such as desertification, tropical diseases, financial and agricultural terms. international treaty organizations and acronyms, and much more.
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