International Environmental Conflict Resolution: The Role of the United Nations
Wfed-World Foundation for Environment and Development, 1992 - Conflict management - 199 pages
This volume examines the issues and problems relating to international environmental conflict; presents case studies of resource- based conflicts; focuses on different national approaches to managing competition for natural resource utilization.
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The Escalation Model
Chapter Two Institutional responses to international environmental
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