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Environmental profile of the Republic of Zaire, Phase I

, : Environmental profile of the Republic of Zaire, Phase I. AID Research and Development Abstracts 9(2): p. 38

Because of its slow economic and population growth, Zaire's natural resource base is not under serious assault. With forested areas remaining largely intact, pressure on other renewable natural resources can be managed in the short term. Zaire thus has the advantage of anticipating rather than reacting to potential problems. Nevertheless, from a micro point of view, it is already experiencing significant environmental problems around the periphery of its urban centres.


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