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Chewing gum: transnational histories of consumption and production

Professor Michael Redclift | Human Geography | 01 April 2003

The research investigated the history of chewing gum/chicle, focusing on the way in which the industry (largely located in the yucatan peninsular, mexico) shaped the development of the region and the fortunes of its population. The strategic importan ...

Boundary organisational theory and collaborative conservation (botacc)

Dr Jeremy Franks | No Lead Discipline | 01 October 2010

Agri-environment schemes (aes) pay land managers to deliver environmental goods and to reduce activities that may damage biodiversity or environmental features or services. They contract individual farmers who select options which suit that farm and ...

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