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Saving a river, securing livelihoods

Joyce M. Crisanto

Saving a river, securing livelihoods

an environmental-social approach in saving the Las Piñas-Zapote rivers

by Joyce M. Crisanto

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Published by Villar Foundation in [Las Piñas] .
Written in English

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 97-99).

StatementJoyce M. Crisanto
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 100 p. :
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25095398M
ISBN 109789719372790
LC Control Number2011308474

local people while saving acres of forests. Ecotourism, non-traditional agro-products such as herbs and essential oils and various community-based enterprises, all financed by local micro-credit facilities, are playing a huge role in changing forest dependence patterns for File Size: 3MB. Box 1. Saving electricity and water used for food production in India – the water, securing livelihoods and supporting development are key elements of our work transboundary river basin management perspective in the framework of the water, energy and food security nexus. Biodiversity and Livelihoods Experiences from India Editors: Thamizoli Perumal and Balakrishna Pisupati National Biodiversity Authority Chennai, India Acknowledgements We are grateful to all those members of local communities, NGOs and agencies whose work inspired us to undertake this compilation.

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