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Interview: Connecting the dots from Wetlands to poverty alleviation

13-Aug-2013

As part of TEEB for Water and Wetlands, Ritesh Kumar, the Conservation Programme Manager of Wetlands International, South Asia recently shared his views on how wetlands provide products that satisfy the livelihoods of many communities and therefore help to alleviate poverty. He argues for development polices and strategies that recognise this value. Read the interview by Anand Chandrasekhar. 

 

 

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