Global Development and Remote African Villages: Environmental Conservation and Cultural Survival in CameroonBy: Steven A. Wolfgram (author)Hardback
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DescriptionThis study explores the relationships among tropical biodiversity conservation, economic development and local cultures within the context of two provinces in the Central African nation of Cameroon. It examines the attitudes toward environmental conservation and economic development of three groups - rural Africans, urban Africans and urban Westerners - that directly impact Cameroon's environment and its environmental and development efforts.
About AuthorDr. Steven A. Wolfgram is founder and partner of Cahill, Wolfgram & Associates, a public affairs and government relations consulting firm.
ContentsPreface; Acknowledgements; List of Charts; List of Tables; List of Illustrations; 1. Introduction; 2. Western Concepts of Economic Development and Environmental Conservation Meet African World Views and Ecosystems; 3. Back to the Village: Designing and Implementing a Study to Give Voice to Remote Rural Villagers; 4. Rural Africans, Urban Africans and Urban Westerners: Views of Development and Environmental Conservation; 5. Conclusions and Recommendations; Postscript; Appendices A - D; Bibliography; Index.
- publication date: 30/11/2006
- ISBN13: 9780773456389
- Format: Hardback
- Number Of Pages: 356
- ID: 9780773456389
- ISBN10: 0773456384
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