Book 2012

Integrating Ecology and Poverty Reduction

Ecological Dimensions

ISBN: 978-1-4419-0632-8 (Print) 978-1-4419-0633-5 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xix

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    Pages 1-11

    Introduction to Integrating Ecology and Poverty Reduction

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    Pages 13-16

    Introduction to Ecological Dimensions of Hunger

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    Pages 17-51

    Ecosystem Services in Agricultural Landscapes

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    Pages 53-75

    Ecology and Human Nutrition

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    Pages 77-108

    Landscape Approaches to Achieving Food Production, Natural Resource Conservation, and the Millennium Development Goals

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    Pages 109-111

    Introduction to Water, Poverty, and Ecology: A Vision for Sustainability

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    Pages 113-126

    Ecology and Poverty in Watershed Management

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    Pages 127-150

    Balancing Human and Ecosystem Needs for Water in Urban Water Supply Planning

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    Pages 151-161

    Water, Ecosystems, and Poverty: Roadmap for the Coming Challenge

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    Pages 163-165

    Introduction to Human Health, Ecosystems, and Poverty Reduction

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    Pages 167-186

    Land Use Change and Human Health

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    Pages 187-215

    The Health Impacts of Climate Change and Ecological Diagnosis and Treatment

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    Pages 217-230

    Disease Ecology

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    Pages 231-251

    Human Health as an Ecosystem Service: A Conceptual Framework

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    Pages 253-255

    Introduction to Ecological Dimensions of Global Energy Poverty

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    Pages 257-277

    Ecological Context for Sustainable Energy Solutions

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    Pages 279-298

    Ecology–Poverty Considerations for Developing Sustainable Biomass Energy Options

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    Pages 299-325

    Ecological Sustainability of Woodfuel as an Energy Source in Rural Communities

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    Pages 327-330

    Introduction to the Ecological Dimensions of Climate Change and Disasters

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    Pages 331-352

    The Role of Ecosystems in Building Climate Change Resilience and Reducing Greenhouse Gases

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