Resources, Planning and Environmental Management in a Changing Caribbean
David Barker, Duncan F. M. McGregor
University of the West Indies Press, 2003 - Business & Economics - 281 pages
This volume reports on contemporary research by geographers and others into resource management and planning issues in the Caribbean region. The common theme is the search for developmental strategies that focus on social and economic needs without further deterioration of the resource base.
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