Rainforest Hero: The Life and Death of Bruno Manser

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Conflicts over living resources arise mainly from the question of use versus preservation: use meaning harvesting a resource as needed by people; preservation meaning leaving nature alone so that people can’t have negative effects on it. What’s become known as the “empty forests syndrome” has been propelled by a number of issues: lack of funding for parks, dearth of wildlife rangers, and new roads and development projects opening up once inaccessible rainforests. “Reserve-management authorities are often grossly underfunded and, in addition, have to contend with a gamut of secondary problems, such as limited political support, poor infrastructure, overstretched education systems, inefficient legal systems, and corruption,” explains Harrison in the paper.

Pages: 300

Publisher: Bergli Books Ltd (December 28, 2015)

ISBN: 3905252775

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