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216. Economic Development and Its Environmental Impact
2003
Editor: Gedion Asfaw
consultation Paper No 4.

Panel presentations dealing with the causes of the failure of forest and wildlife conservation; environmental assessment in investment projects; and urban environmental degradation.
217. Government and Environmental Policy
2003
Editor: Gedion Asfaw
consultation paper on Environment no 5

Panel presentation on the issues related to implementation of the environmental policy of Ethiopia and why past environmental rehabilitation programs have faild.
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218. Environmental Challenges of Contemporary Ethiopia and the Indispensable Role of Indigenous Trees
2003
Editor: Gedion Asfaw
Consultation paper on Environment no 7

Panel presentation on the issues related to implementation of the environmental policy of Ethiopia and why past environmental rehabilitation programs have faild.
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219. ድርቅንና ረሀብን ለመቋቋም የተደረጉ እንቅስቃሴዎች (1966-1983)
1997 E.C
Editor: Shiferaw Bekele
የዕርዳታ ማስተባበሪያና ማቋቋሚያ ኮሚሽን ከተቋቋመበት ከ1966 ጀምሮ ለሚቀጥሉት አስር ያህል ዓመታት በድርቅና በረሀብ የተጎዱ ሰዎችን ሕይወት ለማዳን፣ መልሶ ለማቋቋምና ለምግብ ዕጥረት ዘላቂ መፍትሔ ለመፍጠር የተደረገውን ጥረት የሚያስረዳ የውይይት ጽሑፍ፡፡

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220. Lord, Zèga and Peasant: A Study of Property and Agrarian Relationsin Rural Eastern Gojjam
2004
Author: Habtamu Mengistie
The work analyses the socio economic condition of peasants, an impoverished and subordinate class known as zèga, and lords in the Northern part of Ethiopia. It introduces the institution of zègenät into the historical discourse on Ethiopia and provides an insight into its implication for class and the land tenure system in rural Gojjam. The study contends that the property system was not an impediment to the economic growth of the country.
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