Environment, aid and regionalism in the South Pacific
The island countries of the South Pacific are in rapid transition. After hundreds of years of an essentially subsistence economy, the vigorous industrial and commercial developments of recent decades have placed new demands on the island environment; demands which cannot be sustained without strict controls. Countries have acknowledged their shared environmental problems and limited resources by pooling their effort through the South Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP). The Programme...[Show more]
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