Author Biography: Martin Khor is Director of Third World Network, a board member of the Consumers' Association of Penang, the South Centre in Geneva, and the International Forum on Globalization.
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About the Author
Martin Khor is Director of Third World Network, a board member of the Consumers' Association of Penang, the South Centre in Geneva, and the International Forum on Globalization.
Table of Contents
Preface Introduction Part 1: Economic Policies and Management 1. CPF: Mobilising Domestic Savings for Development 2. Regulation of Foreign Capital Flows in Chile 3. SAPRI: Organising Civil Society to Review Structural Adjustment Policies Part 2: Environmental Policies and Management 4. Capacity Development in Plant Sciences in Ethiopia 5. India's Policy for Protecting the Coastal Environment for Sustainable Use 6. The Conservation Strategy of Ethiopia Project Part 3. Community-based Sustainable Livelihoods 7. Water-efficient Sugarcane Farming 8. Small-scale Textile Production Using Natural Dyes 9. Sustainable Rice Production by Indigenous Women 10. Community Statutes on Sustainable Rural Development 11. The Irula Tribal Snake Venom Extraction Cooperative 12. Handmade Paper from Rags and Trash Part 4. Environmentally-sound Practices and Techniques 13. Nayakrishi Andolan: A Community-based System of Organic Farming 14. Auroville: Wasteland Reclamation through Rehabilitation of Eroded Soil 15. SIBAT: Training Farmers to Regain Traditional Seeds 16. Agrobiodiversity and Coping with Variability in Weather and Soils 17. Raising of Earthworms (Vermitech) for Environmentally-sound Uses