In land we trust
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CTA. 1997. In land we trust. Spore 67. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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In land we trust - environment, private property and constitutional change by Calestous Juma and J B Ojwang 1996 462pp ISBN 1 85649 418 7 Pbk ZED Books, 7 Cynthia Street, London N1 9JF UK and Initiatives Publishers, PO Box 69313,
This book deals with the intricate linkages between land tenure and natural resource management in Kenya. Previously studied separately, these two themes have now been brought together: the results are policy options that are not only relevant for Kenya, but for many other countries, including industrialized ones. It is appropriately titled In land we trust because of the primary role of land in an agricultural country such as Kenya. But as the contributors show in various ways, their chapters do not deal with the technical and economic dimensions of land tenure and natural resource management, but with something more fundamental: the legal and constitutional aspects of these two issues. In this respect, this book deals with the ground rules (in a more generic sense) of the countries development. In land we trust - environment, private property and constitutional change by Calestous Juma and J B Ojwang 1996 462pp ISBN 1 85649 418 7 Pbk ZED Books, 7 Cynthia Street, London N1 9JF UK and Initiatives Publishers, PO Box 69313, Nairobi, KENYA (Also available from CTA for policy makers in the fields of environmental protection and natural resources management)
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