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Product Description: This volume studies the process of transition from high to low fertility as it has occurred and is occurring in Latin America. It provides a general comparative overview of transition in the region in which the link between socio-economic development and declining fertility is explored...read more
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9780198289517 | Clarendon Pr, December 5, 1996, cover price $140.00 | About this edition: This volume studies the process of transition from high to low fertility as it has occurred and is occurring in Latin America.

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By Jose Miguel Guzman (editor), George Martine (editor), Gordon McGranahan (editor), Daniel Schensul (editor) and Cecilia Tacoli (editor)
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9780897149198 | United Nations Pubns, December 1, 2009, cover price $42.00

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Product Description: A flurry of extreme weather events, together with projections that grow more somber with every new scientific advance, have dramatically highlighted the need to respond more effectively to climate change. Reacting to events after they occur is no longer sufficient; we increasingly need to anticipate and reduce the suffering and the enormously damaging impacts coming events will cause...read more
By Silvia Giorguli (foreword by), Jose Miguel Guzman (foreword by), George Martine (editor), Gordon McGranahan (foreword by) and Daniel Schensul (editor)
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9780897140010 | United Nations Pubns, February 18, 2013, cover price $40.00 | About this edition: A flurry of extreme weather events, together with projections that grow more somber with every new scientific advance, have dramatically highlighted the need to respond more effectively to climate change.

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