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The environmental problems in rural areas of African developing countries. Reasons, consequences, measures


, : The environmental problems in rural areas of African developing countries. Reasons, consequences, measures. Hamburger Beitrage zur Offentlichen Wissenschaft ( 8): 83-96

The greatest environmental problem in the developing countries arises from the population explosion. While it is estimated that, at the most, use of land as farmland could be expanded by a further 4% by the year 2000, population is expected to increase by 80%.

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