By Robert E. Beazley,James P. Lassoie
The pursuits of this publication are to replace details at the results of rural highway improvement, either in Nepal and globally, clarify the environmental, socioeconomic, and sociocultural affects of increasing rural highway networks within the Nepalese Himalaya, and to advertise extra experiences on rural highway improvement through the global in accordance with reports and investigations played in Nepal. Readers will find out about the heritage of rural highway improvement, in addition to the demanding situations to successfully layout and build rural roads and the way those hindrances can be overcome.
Chapter one deals a world evaluate of highway improvement, and either the optimistic and adverse affects of rural highway implementation. bankruptcy defines mobilities in the context of coupled social and ecological structures, in particular within the Nepalese Himalaya. Chapters 3 via 5 element the environmental, socioeconomic, and sociocultural affects increasing rural highway networks via numerous case reviews. The concluding bankruptcy summarizes the findings of the booklet, discussing the necessity for interdisciplinary cooperation and collaboration to prevent destructive results. This e-book may be of curiosity to academics, researchers, coverage makers, and improvement agencies.
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Himalayan Mobilities: An Exploration of the Impact of Expanding Rural Road Networks on Social and Ecological Systems in the Nepalese Himalaya (SpringerBriefs in Environmental Science) by Robert E. Beazley,James P. Lassoie