Population, Poverty and the Problem of Natural Resource Management
In: Proceedings of the Conference on Human and Economic Resources
AbstractThe objective of the paper is to explore the interlinkage among the population growth, poverty and environmental resource use with special reference to North-East India. We calculated the correlation between changes in population and incidence of poverty and the changes in forest resources across the North-Eastern states. Also we compared the over time changes in population, poverty and changes in forest resources in the region.
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poverty; natural resource management; India;
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