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1991Biotechnology : environmental, health and economic implications for the Third WorldThird World Network; Shiva, V.
1995Business and environment, vol. 1, no. 5, May-June 1995 : promoting recyclingPhilippine Business for the Environment; Bacallan, Jason Joyce D.
1985Controlling the chemical threatMpinga, J.
1990Environmental education and sustainable developmentIndian Environmental Society; Bandhu, D.; Singh, H.; Maitra, A.K.
1987Grasshopper and locust control using microsporidian insecticidesRaina, S.K.; Rai, M.M.; Khurad, A.M.
2006Health and hygiene in farming : a module for hygiene and sanitation in farmingMolave Development Foundation
1985Lessons of Bhopal : a community action resource manual on hazardous technologiesAbraham, Martin
1986Multinational corporations, environment and developmentPearson, Charles
1985Papers on multinational investment, environment and developmentWorld Resources Institute; World Commission on Environment and Development
1989Report of the Meeting of Laboratory Based Institutions, Wildey Conference Centre, Dec. 1-4, 1987Caribbean Development Bank, Caribbean Technological Consultancy Services Network
2000Risk for human health and food residue at urban / peri-urban agriculture in Greater Bangkok metropolitan area (Thailand) : final progress reportMa Khin Than Tin
1987Workers' eposure to solvent in the printing of paint manufacturing industriesWambayi, O.N.
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