Green Colonialism in Zimbabwe, 1890-1980

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This book examines the debates and processes on woodland exploitation in Zimbabwe during the colonial era (1890-1960). It explores the social, economic, and political contexts of perceptions on woodland distribution and management. Much of the period was characterized by both local and global debates about environmental problems, generating in their wake politically charged and emotive language about the consequences--deforestation, soil erosion, and threats to wildlife. This study analyses the history of exploitation and ...

Green Colonialism in Zimbabwe, 1890-1980 2009, Cambria Press

ISBN-13: 9781604976458

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