Enne, Giuseppe and Zucca, Claudio and Colombo, Veronica F. and Musinu, Silvia (2008) Traditional approach and remote sensing techniques in the development and implementation of desertification indicators. In: Gabriëls, Donald and Cornelis, Wim M. and Eyletters, Murielle and Hollebosch, Patrick (eds). Combating desertification: monitoring, adaptation and restoration strategies, Belgium, UNESCO Chair of Eremology, Ghent University, and Belgian Development Cooperation. p. 47-53. ISBN 978-90-5989-271-2. Book Section.
Over the past 50 years humans have changed ecosystems, more rapid ly than in past ages, to meet demands for resources. It is increasingly clear that environmental degradation and resource depletion play an important role in creating or exacerbating human insecurities (Dabelko et al., 2002). There is growing understanding that environmental degradation, especially when coupled to inequitable access to critical natural resources, increases the probability of
conflict and instability and pose a risk to human security.
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