Resources of Southern Africa, today and tomorrow: proceedings of a conference held by the Associated Scientific and Technical Societies of South Africa at Johannesburg
Associated Scientific and Technical Societies of South Africa, 1976 - Business & Economics - 403 pages
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Population Resources and the Environment
Resources as Seen from the Point of View of a Homeland
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afforestation agricultural Angola animals annual areas Botswana Cape capital catch cent per annum coal conference conservation consumption cooperation cost crops demand developing countries domestic effect electricity energy resources Escom estimated example expected exploitation export extent factors farming figures fish fishery forests future gold growth rate human resources important improved increase industry infrastructure irrigation Johannesburg labour land Lesotho major Malawi manganese ment metallurgical metals million tons mineral mining Mozambique natural P.O. Box planning plant plantations political pollution population growth possible potential present Pretoria problems production projects protein pulp region relatively requirements reserves result Rhodesia Richards Bay river rural sector social soil sources South Africa South West Africa Southern Africa species steel subcontinent supply Swaziland Table transport Transvaal United uranium urban utilization vanadium water resources Western Cape yield Zambia