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Impact of War and Landmines on Environment

@inproceedings{Gangwar2008ImpactOW,
  title={Impact of War and Landmines on Environment},
  author={Abdhesh Gangwar},
  year={2008}
}
  • Abdhesh Gangwar
  • Published 2008
  • Anti Personnel (AP) Landmines pose a serious threat to environment, livelihood and process of sustainable development, affecting not only present but also future generations. They prejudice economic development by disrupting the biosphere's life support systems and diminishing the capacity of the environment to supply the raw materials and natural resources. Mines deny access to natural resources, promote the rapid and unsustainable exploitation of marginal and ecologically fragile environments… CONTINUE READING
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