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SDRC TR 1996-09: Population and Environment Dynamics, Poverty, and the Quality of Life in Asia & Pacific Region: Country Case Studies and Regional Synthesis (Phase 2)

The study was implemented in five countries (Bangladesh, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, and Nepal) of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific Region. The immediate objectives were: 1) to investigate the relationship between population and environmental changes and to develop appropriate indicators and methodologies for ascertaining these relationships; 2) to organize and conduct community level studies on the dynamics of population and environmental changes, to ascertain the cause-effect relationships between the two and their impact on poverty and living conditions; and 3) to prepare guidelines for the formulation of population policies and programmes that are environmentally sound and that can contribute to sustainable development. Each participating country prepared a profile on various dimensions of population and environmental dynamics, poverty, and the quality of life. These dimensions have been categorized according to their relationships to population and their consequences to development processes.

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Osteria, Trinidad; poverty; environmental management; population; population and environment;
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