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


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