Economic Issues In Global Climate Change: Agriculture, Forestry, And Natural Resources
John M. Reilly, Margot Anderson
Avalon Publishing, Mar 19, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 460 pages
This volume identifies the critical economic research issues related to global climate change and focuses on the economic and policy implications for forestry, agriculture and natural resources.
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An Illustrated Overview
Comprehensive and MarketBased Approaches
4 Agriculture in a Comprehensive TraceGas Strategy
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