Need for data that ignores boundaries; environment data: the case of Botswana
Author(s)/Corporate Author (s)Molomo, B. C;
United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa;
African Statistical Association (ASFA).;
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This paper is focuses on the need for data that ignores boundaries; environmental data: The case of Botswana. The environment has been defined to comprise “systems of renewable and non-renewable resources, which interact with the existence of mankind”. This interaction between the environment and mankind is what makes environmental issues very complex and multidisciplinary in character.