Hazards can result from combined social and environmental processes. How- ever, it remains commonplace to treat the occurrence of hazards as if isolated from what happens in other, at times faraway places and as if history did not matter. To illustrate how world-scale interconnections and historical processes impinge on the appearance of current hazards, I discuss case studies of soil acidification from The Gambia and Hungary.
Taylor & Francis Group
Africa (Western) / Gambia
Copyright 2012 Taylor & Francis.
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