Theorizing and Rethinking Linkages Between the Natural Environment and the Modern World - System : Deforestation in the Late 20 th Century *

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In tracing world ecological degradation over a period of fi ve millennia, Sing Chew (2001) points out that “...the history of civilizations...and states is also the history of ecological degradation and crisis...[as such]...ecological relation is as primary as the economic relation in the self-expansionary processes of societal systems...” (pp. 1–2… (More)

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@inproceedings{Burns2003TheorizingAR, title={Theorizing and Rethinking Linkages Between the Natural Environment and the Modern World - System : Deforestation in the Late 20 th Century *}, author={O Burns and Edward L. Kick and Byron L. Davis and Thomas J. Burns}, year={2003} }