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World Resources 2008 Roots of Resilience - Growing the Wealth of the Poor

Series: World Resources Volume: 2007
By: UNDP, UNEP, World Bank and WRI
262 pages, Colour photos, maps, figs
World Resources 2008
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  • World Resources 2008 ISBN: 9781569736005 Paperback Dec 2008 Unavailable #172536
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This "sequel" to World Resources 2005: The Wealth of the Poor seeks to expand our understanding of the process and impacts of 'scaling up' projects that successfully integrate good governance and environmental management in the quest to alleviate rural poverty.

"World Resources 2008" identifies and explores three elements essential to the longterm success of scaled-up projects: local ownership; representative, robust, and adaptable local institutions; and the development of adaptive networks. Analysis of these three factors will examine the steps that governments, communities, and intermediary institutions must take to make scaling efforts viable, while also addressing challenges and hurdles that may be anticipated.

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Series: World Resources Volume: 2007
By: UNDP, UNEP, World Bank and WRI
262 pages, Colour photos, maps, figs
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