In Land We Trust: Environment, Private Property and Constitutional Change (Acts Environmental Policy Series, No 7)



In Land We Trust: Environment, Private Property and Constitutional Change (Acts Environmental Policy Series, No 7)Land Tenure Is A Sensitive Issue In Africa And A Central Theme In The Demand For Political And Economic Reform In The Region While Traditional Development Strategies Aim For Maximum Economic Growth, New Approaches Emphasize Conservation The Governing Of Land Use Is Also Central To The Overall Scheme Of National Governance The Constitution Conservation Of Natural Resources, Using The Case Of Kenya It Proposes Specific Measures For Achieving A Balance Between Private Ownership And Public Interest, And Between Conservation And Economic Growth.

From Wikipedia Calestous Juma is an internationally recognised authority in the application of science and technology to sustainable development worldwide He was named one of the most influential 100 Africans in 2012, 2013 and 2014 by the New African magazine He is Professor of the Practice of International Development and Faculty Chair of the Innovation for Economic Development Executive Progr

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  • Hardcover
  • 462 pages
  • In Land We Trust: Environment, Private Property and Constitutional Change (Acts Environmental Policy Series, No 7)
  • Calestous Juma
  • English
  • 16 April 2017
  • 9781856494175

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