This book is the result of a pioneering conference held in Ulaan Baatar in September 1994. The first Conference on the Sustainable Development of Central Asia brought together government officials, development professionals, academics, activists and religious representatives from Central, South and East Asia and the West. The full range of perspectives from this diverse group is presented here on how Central Asia can find paths of development which really serve its long term interests, and what the rest of the world can learn from Central Asians about living in harmony with the environment.
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PART ONE: DEFINING THE REGION 1 PART TWO: THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, PART THREE: CASE STUDIES
Shirin Akiner (Author) , Jon Hay (Author) , Sander Tideman (Author)