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Making Cities Work: The Role of Local Authorities in the Urban Environment

Edited By: R Gilbert, D Stevenson, H Girardet and R Stern

203 pages, B/w photos


Hardback | Dec 1996 | #54349 | ISBN: 1853833614
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Looks at the vital role which local authorities can - and must - play in safeguarding and developing our towns and cities.


Realizing sustainability in changing times; education in change; a WWF view of education and the role of NGOs; the primary years; the secondary years; greening the university; teacher education; working with the youth service; the role of education in the local Agenda 21 process; towards a critical media; corporate greening; local government's educational role with local Agenda 21; meeting the challenge - strategies for education for sustainability; the politicians respond; a vision of the 21st century community learning centre.

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