Ecological and Economic Dissonance Debate on Kilimanjaro Region: Reflecting on 2-Basic Questions Case to Establish E1/E2

Posted: 22 Jul 2015

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Dr. Msaki Leonard

Moshi Cooperative University

Kelvin Mwita

Moshi Cooperative University

Cesilia Ruoja

Moshi Cooperative University

Date Written: July 21, 2015

Abstract

Studying an interaction between more than one variable, both in influence and action is never an easy task, but establishing a key functional observation and question is even extremely difficult to an academician. The current literature therefore tries to re-establish an empirical debate between bi-polar ends, taking the influence of human destructive-constructive ends on both variables ecosystem (E1) and economic needs (E2).

Kilimanjaro has been taken to represent a case in Tanzania reflecting African 4 – zones on economic agriculture, as it represents among sectors of economy, 47 percent of GDP and employs 85 percent of Tanzanian population. The current literature refers to Global perspective as Global warming covers not only Africa but the whole world reforms platforms.

Institutional suggestions therefore cover solutions in terms of theoretical and empirical reflections for both. Where economic parameters and statistical dimensions cover the most dynamic era of plans, actions and the way forward (1990s -2000s). The evils of poverty has been linked to the impacts of unbalanced Dr. Msaki’s ratio (GE1/GE2=ɼ˚), where question A and B articulate further platforms for future researched. The literature concludes by re-establishing an implementation cycle of root I and II focused on balancing criterion of ɼ˚- establishment in terms of culture, strategies, focus and policies.

Keywords: Ecosystem, deforestation, biodiversity, economic aggregates, GFCF, GDP, ecology, GE1, GE2, r˚, O2, population density, par capital, bi-polar , deforestation, utility

JEL Classification: E6

Suggested Citation

Leonard, Dr. Msaki and Mwita, Kelvin and Ruoja, Cesilia, Ecological and Economic Dissonance Debate on Kilimanjaro Region: Reflecting on 2-Basic Questions Case to Establish E1/E2 (July 21, 2015). American Journal of Trade and Policy; Vol. 2, No. 1, 2015; Page 29-36. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2634045

Dr. Msaki Leonard (Contact Author)

Moshi Cooperative University ( email )

Sokoine Rd
Moshi
Tanzania

Kelvin Mwita

Moshi Cooperative University

Sokoine Rd
Moshi
Tanzania

Cesilia Ruoja

Moshi Cooperative University

Sokoine Rd
Moshi
Tanzania

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