A platform for change

Hargroves, Charlie; Smith, Mike
July 2003
Ecos;Jul-Sep2003, Issue 116, p15
Discusses the role of the Natural Edge Project on issues pertaining to the sustainability of natural resource management in Australia. Causes of unsustainable production and consumption patterns; Research goals of the country made by the federal government; Features of the online case study folders developed by the Australian Conservation Foundation.


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