Violent conflict invariably disrupts people's livelihoods, the
natural environment, social and political institutions, and the
economy at all levels. Restoring peace and rebuilding society can
be arduous, but immediate action at the cessation of conflict is
essential. This book examines how conflicts degrade natural
resources and addresses the consequences for human health,
livelihoods, and security. This book provides a concise theoretical
and practical framework for policymakers, researchers,
practitioners, and students.
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