Guyana, Fragile Frontier: Loggers, Miners, and Forest Peoples
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Guyana, Fragile Frontier: Loggers, Miners, and Forest Peoples

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Guyana's environment is in danger of wholesale destruction. In the name of economic liberalization, this small, indebted country is promoting a dramatic escalation of logging, mining and other forms of extraction. In the 1990s, millions of hectares of rainforest have been leased to foreign companies for logging, while gold mining is going through a new and devastating boom...more
Paperback, 172 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by Monthly Review Press
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