Hurni, Hans
May 2006
Mountain Research & Development;May2006, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p95
Academic Journal
The article discusses various reports related to sustainable development. The author mentions that the importance of a sustainable energy supply which was emphasized in the World Summit on Sustainable Development plan of implementation. He also presents an example of renewable energy as a basis for economic development in small-to medium-scale projects in the Indian Himalaya.


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