The World-Wide Web Virtual Library - Papua New Guinea
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Customary Tenure in the Pacific
From this page an understanding and development of the idea of Customary Tenure will hopefully emerge to allow an understanding of what it entails, especially given the development issues which both affect and are a part of the increasing pressures people in the Pacific face with respect to customary tenure.
[Last checked: 28 April 01 11:53:20 PM]
Painting a sustainable future: Maisin Art & Rainforest Conservation
New Guinea has the third largest remaining contiguous rainforest in the world. It sustains a wide array of vegetation and wildlife, including some 9000 flowering plants, mangrove swamps, and hundreds of bird species. The forest provides food, water and materials for shelter for communities like the Maisin.
[Last checked: 17 April 01 10:57:15 PM]
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