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Are there sustainable alternatives to water-based sanitation system? Practical illustrations and policy issues
Conservation of biodiversity of the coastal resources of Sundarbans, Northeast India: an integrated approach through environmental education
First Generation to Control Family Size: A Microstudy of the Causes of Fertility Decline in a Rural Area of Bangladesh
Structural and Behavioural Changes in the Short Term Preventive Check in the Northwest Balkans in the 18th and 19th Centuries
Theory of Preindustrial Population Dynamics: Demography, Economy, and Well-Being in Malthusian Systems
Conservation planning is the process of locating, configuring, implementing and maintaining areas that are managed to promote the persistence of biodiversity and other natural values. Conservation planning is inherently spatial. The science behind it has solved important spatial problems and increasingly influenced practice. To be effective, however, conservation planning must deal better with two types of change. First, biodiversity is not static in time or space but generated and maintained by natural processes. Second, humans are altering the planet in diverse ways at ever faster rates.