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Chapter 59: The Inherent Conflict Between Sound Environmental Stewardship and Political Leadership in the Developing World: A Case Study of Trinidad and Tobago

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The Inherent Conflict Between Sound Environmental Stewardship and Political Leadership in the Developing World: A Case Study of Trinidad and Tobago
The inherent conflict between sound environmental stewardship and political leadership in the developing world: A case study of Trinidad and Tobago
RajendraRamloganUniversity of the West Indies
NataliePersadieUniversity of Trinidad and Tobago

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