7 edition of Political Ecology Beyond Environmentalism found in the catalog.
January 1996 by Black Rose Books .
Written in English
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4 Political Ecology Emerges Part II Conceptual and Methodological Challenges 5 Challenges in Ecology 6 Challenges in Social Construction 7 Challenges in Explanation Part III Political Ecology Now 8 Degradation and Marginalization 9 Conservation and Control 10 Environmental Confl ict 11 Environmental.
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