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State of the World 2007 Our Urban Future

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Series: State of the World Volume: 2007
By: Worldwatch Institute
288 pages, illus
Publisher: Earthscan
State of the World 2007
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  • State of the World 2007 ISBN: 9781844073917 Edition: 24 Paperback Jan 2007 Out of Print #162254
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In this 24th edition of "State of the World" - long established as the most authoritative and accessible annual guide to our progress towards a sustainable future - the studies pay particular attention to cities. In 2007, world population will tip from mostly rural to mostly urban. Already, some 1 billion individuals, one in every three urbanites, live in "slums", some 90 per cent of which are found in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Meanwhile, the world's most developed urban centres already stress finite resources. A city like London requires roughly 58 times its land area to supply its residents with food and timber.

Published annually in 28 languages, "State of the World" is relied upon by national governments, UN agencies, development workers and law-makers for its authoritative and up-to-the-minute analysis and information. It is essential for anyone concerned with building a positive, global future.


Urban Trends; * Providing Clean Water & Sanitation; * Improving Urban Public Health; * Cities Feeding Cities; * Greening Urban Transportation; * Powering Cities Locally; * Preparing Cities to Withstand Natural Disasters; * Sphere of Fear: Violence, Crime, Drugs; * Strengthening Local Economies; * Good Governance/Transferring Innovations; * Bibliography, Index.

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The Worldwatch Institute in Washington DC is one of the world's leading research centres for environmentally sustainable development.
Out of Print
Series: State of the World Volume: 2007
By: Worldwatch Institute
288 pages, illus
Publisher: Earthscan
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* 'The environmentalist's bible' - Times Higher Education Supplement * 'Essential reading' - The Good Book Guide
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