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The Citizens at Risk From Urban Sanitation to Sustainable Cities

By: Gordon McGranahan, Pedro Jacobi, Jacob Sonsgore, Charles Surjadi and M Kjellen
200 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
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Describes how living environments in today's cities can be improved and analyses the changing nature of urban environmental risks, their distribution and how they arise.

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Urban affluence and shifting environmental burdens; urban water, from health to sustainability; environmental challenges in Accra, Jakarta and Sao Paulo; improvements in deprived neighbourhoods; techniques for assessing local environmental problems; gender and local environmental management; urban environmental justice in a changing world.

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Biography

Gordon McGranahan is a Senior Research Fellow at the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), London. He recently headed the Urban Environment Programme at the Stockholm Environment Institute
By: Gordon McGranahan, Pedro Jacobi, Jacob Sonsgore, Charles Surjadi and M Kjellen
200 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
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