3 edition of The Cardamom conundrum found in the catalog.
The Cardamom conundrum
Timothy J. Killeen
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Timothy J. Killeen|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 354 p. :|
|Number of Pages||354|
|LC Control Number||2012330126|
Cardamom (/ ˈ k ɑːr d ə m ə m /), sometimes cardamon or cardamum, is a spice made from the seeds of several plants in the genera Elettaria and Amomum in the family genera are native to the Indian subcontinent and are recognized by their small seed pods: triangular in cross-section and spindle-shaped, with a thin, papery outer shell and (unranked): Angiosperms. Once the cardamom conundrum was sorted, I could get down to baking. First mix together the spices (sugar, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, allspice, pepper) in their own bowl. Measure out 1/4 cup (50g) of this spice mixture and set it aside (you'll roll the cookies in it later).
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Book Reviews>The Cardamom Conundrum: Reconciling Development and Conservation in the Kingdom of Cambodia TIMOTHY J. KILLEEN Singapore: NUS Press, , xxviii+: Mak Sithirith. Cardamom is one among the most expensive spices in the world (out priced only by vanilla and saffron) and is used for both culinary and medicinal purposes. Botanically, it belongs to the family of Zingiberaceae and it is the seed pods of these plants that constitute the spice called cardamom. There are mainly two types of cardamom – those.
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Book Description: A "conundrum" is a puzzle whose solution requires the resolution of a paradox. In this instance, the paradox lies in two widely held and conflicting assumptions: that the pathway to a modern economy requires exploiting and monetizing a country's natural resources, and that the long-term prosperity of a nation depends on the conservation of those same.
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Killeen is published by. "The Cardamom Conundrum, then, is also useful for many Cambodians and non-Cambodians to understand how conservation and development in the context of climate change provide Cambodia with an opportunity to achieve a green economy.
It is a comprehensive resource book that could provide readers with new knowledge on this subject.". Book Review: The Cardamom Conundrum: Reconciling Development and Conservation in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
and “conservation” through his bookThe Cardamom Conundrum: Reconciling Development and Conservation in the Kingdom of Cambodia. In this book, Killeen discusses development and conservation in Cambodia, focusing on the Greater Cardamom Region. The Cardamom Mountains has abundant natural resources, but its.
Th e Cardamom Conundrum CHAPTER 7 Th e Cardamom Solution: Envisioning a Green Economy P eople across the globe have come to understand that global warming is a real phenomenon and not some remote hypo-thetical possibility.
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[Timothy J Killeen] -- "A "conundrum" is a puzzle whose solution also involves resolving a paradox. In this instance, the paradox arises from two widely held and conflicting assumptions: that the pathway to a modern.
Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Killeen, Timothy J. Cardamom conundrum. Singapore: NUS Press, © (DLC) In this book, Killeen discusses development and conservation in Cambodia, focusing on the Greater Cardamom Region.
The Cardamom Mountains has abundant natural resources, but its exploitation and utilization have reached alarming levels to the extent that Killeen describes them as a “conundrum.”. cardamom, a bitter garden cress) with the Oriental word amomon for a simpler kind of spice.
But the later Romans were responsible for making cardamom popular and using it extensively in good cooking. No other classic spice has such a patchy geographical distribution and variety of uses.
Cultivation: Cardamom bush is a relative of theFile Size: KB.In a ceremony of launching new book highlighted solutions to Cambodia’s cardamom conundrum, Author and scientist Timothy Killen explains the potential for Cambodia to become a world leader by pursuing an innovative, low carbon, green development pathway that will foster economic growth and create opportunities for its people, while conserving the natural .To begin with The Cardamom conundrum by Timothy Killeen.
Killeen frames his book around a bit of a straw man, i.e. the 'conundrum' of the title in which Cambodia is faced with making a choice between economic development based on resource exploitation versus a 'green' choice of conserving the biodiversity and natural habitats of the Cardamom.