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After India and China, Indonesia is currently the third fastest growing economy in the Group of Twenty (G20) industrialized and developing economies.

Further adding to the situation, the growth of urban employment in the informal economy not only restricted access of social rights to
ecologist, one of Odum's doctoral aims was to recognise and classify large cyclic entities (ecosystems).

The protagonist is an ecologist, battling installation of a planned nuclear plant.

Nitrites Cancer by Oliver Tickell, The ecologist, 2008 Career timeline 1954-63 Research geologist Research Associate, Shell Development Corporation, Houston, Texas.

2025 - In just fifteen short years the predictions of the ecologist's grim fate have come to light.

Cath, from Brighouse, West Yorkshire, is an ecologist with over 5 years' experience of working with people in the environment.

In 1931 he was posted to Northern Rhodesia as government ecologist.

The Nestle Company has been nominated by the ecologist as one of several multinational companies involved in the destruction of "the lungs of the Earth", the Brazilian rainforests.

On the academic front, he is a PhD supervisor and writes articles for journals such as Organic Farming, The ecologist, and Living Earth.

The centre director Allan Hopkins is an active TCEg member a keen ecologist, wildlife photographer and twitcher (ornithologist).

Various local research projects are in progress: Studies of the urban plant ecology of Plymouth in collaboration with the city ecologist, Dr. Andrew Stevens.

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