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Plant Disease, Pests and Erosion of Biodiversity
Biodiversity is the variety of life, in all its forms. It provides the foods and medicines used around the world today, the fibre for clothes, many of the materials for shelter and houses, and a plethora of other goods and ...
The Interoceanic Canal and Boundaries in Central America: The case of the San Juan River
The global political map is undergoing a process of rapid change as former states disintegrate and new states emerge. Territorial change in the form of conflict over land and maritime boundaries is inevitable but the ...
Scaling up the use of tools for community-based adaptation: issues and challenges
Over the years, donor agencies, international organisations and NGOs have issued an array of guidance documents and tools on climate change adaptation and its integration into development programming, covering a broad ...