March 30, 2010

Precious Resources Are Now Strategic

Brahma Chellaney, Times of India

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Growing populations, rising affluence, changing diets and the demands of development have already, however, placed significant pressure upon these strategic resources.

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TAGGED: food, minerals, oil, water, Resource-Politik

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