Biodiversity and Human Livelihoods In Protected Areas: Case Studies from the Malay Archipelago
Navjot S Sodhi & Others (eds)
The Malay Archipelago is home to two of the 34 biodiversity hotspots identified globally. White declaring such hotspots to be protected areas may, on the face of it, please environmentalists, traditional inhabitants of the areas and commercial interests often are not so happy. The contributors to this work analyse how the interplay between indigenous peoples, commercial enterprises, government and environmentalists works out in reality. Good Hardback. First Edition. 478 pages with an index.
Weight: 1.3 kg Post free within Malaysia, but may incur additional charges when posted elsewhere.
Condition: While on first appearances the book looks almost new, 70 or so pages in section III have been extensively marked in felt tip pen. The binding is tight, text clear and there is no tanning throughout.