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The impact of tourism on local communities and their environment in Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan: a local community perspective

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Coping with sanitary hazards in hostels: The influence of student’s socioeconomic variability

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Consumer willingness to pay a price premium for ecological goods: a case study from Ukraine

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Perceived synergy between deforestation and/or forest degradation and climate variability and change in the Ejisu-Juaben Municipality, Ghana

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Biodiversity Conservation and Strategies of Public Awareness. Case Study: The Natural Landscapes of Central Tunisia

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Perspectives on social vulnerability and ways to improve community resilience

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Recreational use and health functions of allotments gardens in the Katowice conurbation, Poland

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Mountaineer’s Waste: Past, Present and Future

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Delineation of post-industrial landscapes of the Upper Silesian corridor in the Basin of Ostrava

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