Environmental degradation and the demand for children : searching for the vicious circle
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KeywordsHealth Monitoring&Evaluation; Gender and Development; Environmental Economics&Policies; Population&Development; Public Health Promotion; Environmental Economics&Policies; Youth and Governance; Housing&Human Habitats; Educational Sciences; Forestry;
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