in coastal regions and in small islands
Coastal region and small island papers 8
Photo credits: Narumon
Cover design: Eric Loddé
|Table of contents|
|List of Acronyms|
|2||Environmental, social and cultural settings of the Surin Islands|
|3||Conflicts, stakeholders and challenges|
|4||Towards sustainable development options for the Moken|
|Map showing the Surin Islands|
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