A rich, interdisciplinary study of Central African land ethics incorporating conversations with local rainforest inhabitants that yield vibrant new insights into the dilemmas of sustaining Africa's rainforests and its people.Such efforts soon resulted in the creation of a conscious model of what societies in equatorial Africa were and should be. As early as 1909, ... This allowed the government to build up a practical administrative line of command. By 1920 agentsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Conversations in the Rainforest|
|Author||:||Richard Brent Peterson|