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Provides a comparative history of environmentalism in two large ecologically and culturally diverse democracies - India and the United States. Proposing an inclusive "social ecology" framework, this work arrives at an understanding of controversies over large dams, state forests, wildlife reserves, and more.

HOW MUCH SHOULD A PERSON CONSUME?

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HOW MUCH SHOULD A PERSON CONSUME?

UNIVERSITY PRESSES OF CALIFORNIA, COLUMBIA AND PRINCETON

 

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YEAR: 2006
SIZE: 229 x 152
BINDING: Paperback
ISBN: 9780520248052
TYPE: Professional and Vocational

 

 

 

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Provides a comparative history of environmentalism in two large ecologically and culturally diverse democracies - India and the United States. Proposing an inclusive "social ecology" framework, this work arrives at an understanding of controversies over large dams, state forests, wildlife reserves, and more.

 

 

 

 


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