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The Green Revolution in Java: ecological, socio-economic and historical perspectives



The Green Revolution in Java: ecological, socio-economic and historical perspectives



Prisma, Indonesia (18): 71-93



The impact of the Green Revolution on Java is reviewed in some detail. The associated technology has opened up new opportunities for some, while accelerating change which adversely affects many. Expectations have not been fulfilled for a combination of ecological, socio-economic and implementational reasons. Successes are threatened by ecological constraints to which technology must adapt.

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