Resources

Land rights and investment treaties: exploring the interface

The Macaulay Land Use Research Institute

Land Use Statistic by Country

Voluntary Guidelines on the responsible Governance of tenure

Global Land Cover Facility

Global Consequences of Land use

Understanding Soil

Planetizen – Land Use

World Symposium on Transport and Land Use Research

FAO – Land Use

Towards  a Better Distribution of Land (The Vatican)

The Society for Organic Urban Land Care (SOUL)

Estate Planning

Preliminary Survey of Land Degradation in Belize (Jan C. Meerman & Emil A. Cherrington. 2005)

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

Will Land prices rise as population rises?

Land Lessons from Europe

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Recent Comments

  1. At a distribution rate of eight persons per square kilometer, Belize has one of the lowest population densities in the hemisphere. The impact of underpopulation and the dispersed location of communities becomes clear when traveling through the countryside for miles and finding clusters of small villages nucleated around small towns. Traditionally, communities were built along waterways both seacoast and riverbanks to facilitate the transportation of timber logs for export. This basic pattern still remains for almost all the towns.

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