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Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781134064496, 1134064497. In this book Alan Grainger offers afresh analysis of the causes of deforestation and presents an integrated strategy for controlling it. His strategy embraces agriculture, forestry and conservation and stresses the need for changes in government policies if land use is to be made more sustainable and the underlying causes of the problem are to be addressed.
Controlling Tropical Deforestation, by GraingerAlan. Earthscan Publications Ltd, 120 Pentonville Road, London N1 9JN, England, UK: 310 p. illustr - Volume 22 Issue 3 - Neville C. Morgan. illustr. 23 15 . cm, paperback ISBN 1 8, £1. 5, 1993. Volume 22 Issue 3 - Neville C. What Drives Tropical Regrowth? A Quantitative Assessment.
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Volume 22, Issue 3. Autumn 1995, pp. 284-285. Controlling Tropical Deforestation, by Alan Grainger. Neville C. Morgan (a1). Taylor & Francis Ltd. Book Format. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Controlling tropical deforestation.
Solutions to deforestation: The quickest solution would be to just stop the cutting down of trees. Nonetheless, a more workable solution is use of proper forest management strategies to ensure the environment is not disturbed. 8 Fantastic Solutions to Deforestation. Trees play a vital role in protecting our environment in several ways. Fewer forests mean that the sustainability of our planet earth is endangered. So far, there are actions and measures that are being undertaken to curtail deforestation, a move towards saving our natural environment and repairing the damage that has been caused for more than a century. The quickest solution would be to just stop the cutting down of trees.
Deforestation is a major driver of global warming, responsible for up to 20 per cent of global greenhouse gas .
Deforestation is a major driver of global warming, responsible for up to 20 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions-more than all the cars, trucks, planes, boats and trains in the world combined. Deforestation doesn't just threaten our climate, it threatens the livelihoods of . Billion people that rely on forests for food and economic activity.
Tropical rain forest is being cleared so rapidly and on such a scale that it is a major global environmental problem, threatening the survival of half of the world's plant and animal species and contributing to global climate change through the greenhouse effect. But, despite widespread concern for over twenty years, only limited progress has been made in controlling deforestation and improving forest management in the humid tropics.
In this book Alan Grainger offers afresh analysis of the causes of deforestation and presents an integrated strategy for controlling it. His strategy embraces agriculture, forestry and conservation and stresses the need for changes in government policies if land use is to be made more sustainable and the underlying causes of the problem are to be addressed. Controlling Tropical Deforestation is essential reading for policy makers, agronomists, foresters, conservationists and development professionals. To general readers and students on introductory courses at schools and universities it also offers the first concise but comprehensive overview of the causes, scale and consequences of deforestation. Alan Grainger is a lecturer in geography at the University of Leeds. He is author of The Threatening Desert: Controlling Desertification, also published by Earthscan. Originally published in 1992