Mongolia: The Struggle to Develop Natural Resources while Protecting Culture

April 5, 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Saunders 624

Mongolia: The Struggle to Develop Natural Resources while Protecting Culture and the Environment.

The presentation and discussion will focus on the impact on culture and the environment of recent discoveries of vast resources that are of great interest to a powerful neighbor and global investors.


Event Sponsor
Co-sponsored by the Public Administration Program (PUBA), the School for Pacific and Asian Studies, and the College of Social Sciences. , Mānoa Campus

More Information
Storm Stoker, 956-8260, sstoker@hawaii.edu, http://puba.hawaii.edu/, Poster (PDF)

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