Access Rights and Poverty

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Oct 23, 2008

This draft working paper presents the findings and lessons from research spanning two years and six countries on the interaction between poverty, access rights, and environment.

We are posting it here in the hopes of having some public commentary which might shape a final draft. In the spirit of transparency and openness, we invite any and all to respond to all or part of the paper.

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Belated call
12:39pm - Feb 27, 2009

Dear All, This is a very very belated call of your interest that EMLA and its partner NGOs have finished their project related to environmental governance and international development. Those who are interested further in the outputs of the project, please visit our website: http://emla.hu/englishsite/index.shtml?x=1534 Materials on the website can be copied, included on your own websites, as you see fit. Best, dr. Csaba Kiss Director EMLA

Nice Job
9:28pm - Mar 2, 2009

Hey Csaba,

Nice job. I wonder if you are planning some follow up?

Also, you can post this as a story to the TAI website main page (blog), if you wish.

Lalanath

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