THE SENSITIVE MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

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by Lucien Pambou

2015-12-19
 

The COP21 international  conference shows that Africa’s management of its natural resources is fundamental to the understanding of the impacts of climate change, the energy transition and a sustainable development model. Long regarded as “rentier” economies thanks to oil, agricultural raw materials and minerals, the African countries must review the management of their natural wealth in a world faced with the progressive decline of its resources and the difficult conditions under which they are exploited.

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