Readings in environmental management by V. Vichit-Vadakan

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Statementedited by V. Vichit-Vadakan, D.V. Ramana and B. Bharadwaj.
ContributionsRamana, D. V., Bharadwaj, B., United Nations. Asian and Pacific Development Institute.
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