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TIBET: Enduring Spirit, Exploited Land

By Robert Z. Apte, Andres R. Edwards



Robert Z. Apte, former professor of Community Mental Health and Social Welfare at the School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, is the author of Three Kingdoms on the Roof of the World: Bhutan, Nepal, and Ladakh and other books. He has photographed extensively in the Himalayan region and Southeast Asia and has had several gallery exhibits. He has served as consultant and facilitator on development and human-service projects in India, Bhutan, and Nepal.



Andrˇs R. Edwards is an educator, author, media designer and environmental systems consultant. He has served as producer, exhibit developer, and consultant for projects in natural history, biodiversity and sustainable community. He holds a BA degree in Geography from the University of Colorado; an MPS in Media Studies from NYUÕs Interactive TelecommunicationÕs Program and an MA in Humanities and Leadership / Culture, Ecology and Sustainable Community from New College of California, San Francisco. Mr. Edwards is founder and principal of EduTracks, an environmental consulting firm providing sustainable strategies to parks, towns, and companies. He lives with his wife, Rochelle and three children in Northern California.


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