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Natural Resources Forum: A United Nations Journal (Volume 26: Number 3, August 2002)

by Marcia M. Brewster (editor-in-chief)

Condition: Very Good

Blackwell Publishers, 2002. In very good, clean, unmarked condition with shelfwear. 262 pages. Articles include: Poverty and the environment; Managing natural resources in the light of climate variability; Water and the potential for social instability; Transforming time into money using water; Questioning desertification in dryland sub-Saharan Africa; Seeds of promise; etc. . Single Issue Magazine. Very Good. 8 1/2 x 11.

  • Bookseller: Adagio Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 9134-71
  • Title: Natural Resources Forum: A United Nations Journal (Volume 26: Number 3, August 2002)
  • Author: Marcia M. Brewster (editor-in-chief)
  • Format/binding:Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Binding: Paperback
  • ISBN 10:0001650203
  • ISBN 13:9780001650206
  • Publisher: Blackwell Publishers
  • Date published: 2002
  • Bookseller catalogs: Ecology;
  • Subjects: SCIENCE / Environmental Science;
  • Size: 8 1/2 x 11


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