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by Simon Counsell,Tony Juniper,Melissa Le Marchant

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  • ISBN 1857501705
  • ISBN13 978-1857501704
  • Language English
  • Author Simon Counsell,Tony Juniper,Melissa Le Marchant
  • Publisher Friends of the Earth (October 1992)
  • Pages 82
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  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Economics
  • Size ePub 1278 kb
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by Simon Counsell, Tony Juniper, Melissa Le Marchant. Whose Hand on the Chainsaw?: UK Government Policy and the Tropical Rainforests: ISBN 9781857501704 (978-1-85750-170-4) Softcover, Friends of the Earth, 1992. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.

by Simon Counsell, Tony Juniper, Melissa Le Marchant. ISBN 9781857501704 (978-1-85750-170-4) Softcover, Friends of the Earth, 1992. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing.

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Whose Hand on the Chainsaw? UK Government Policy and the Tropical Rain Forests by Simon Counsell, Tony Juniper, Melissa Le Marchant Paperback, 82 Pages, Published 1992 by Friends Of The Earth ISBN-13: 978-1-85750-170-4, ISBN: 1-85750-170-5.

Whose Hand on the Chainsaw? UK Government Policy and the Tropical Rain Forests by Simon Counsell, Tony Juniper, Melissa Le Marchant Paperback, 82 Pages, Published 1992 by Friends Of The Earth ISBN-13: 978-1-85750-170-4, ISBN: 1-85750-170-5.

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