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Sources for the 2018-19 Season
International Statistical Institute Developing Countries
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Affirmative Sources [please cut and paste the link into the browser directly if you encounter any problems accessing it}
Bebbington, Anthony. "Resource extraction and infrastructure threaten forest cover and community rights." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 3 Dec. 2018.
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Eisenstadt, Todd A., and Karleen West. "In Ecuador, Indigenous Environmental Attitudes Affected by Proximity to Oil Extraction." New Security Beat, Wilson Center, 27 Mar. 2017, www.newsecuritybeat.org/2017/03/ecuador-indigenous-environmental-attitudes-affected-proximity-oil-extraction/. Accessed 13 Dec. 2018.
Negative Sources [please cut and paste the link into the browser directly if you encounter any problems accessing it}
Harrington, Ella. Are Economic Growth and Environmental Sustainability Compatible? A Study of Theory, Policy and Practice. 2013. U of Limerick.
Toman, Michael. "The Roles of the Environment and Natural Resources in Economic Growth Analysis." 2003. Resources For The Future, Washington, pp. 02-71.
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