Environmental Policies and NGO Influence
Land Degradation and Sustainable Resource Management in Sub-Saharan Africa
Edited by Susan Carr, David Humphreys, Alan Thomas
Routledge – 2000 – 224 pages
This book examines the conditions under which non-governmental organisations (NGOs) may exert influence on policies to conserve and sustainably use natural resources in sub-Saharan Africa. The book is unique in bringing together NGO campaigners in three African countries with academics specialising in development studies, systems and environmental policy.
Alan Thomas is Senior Lecturer in Deveopment Policy and Practice at the Open University. His previous publications include the Third World Atlas and Finding out Fast: Investigative Skills for Policy and Development.
Susan Carr is Senior Lecturer in Systems at the Open University. Her previous publications include Practical Conservation: Urban Habitats and Practical Conservation: Boundary Habitats.
David Humphreys is Lecturer in Environmental Policy at the Open University. His previous publications include Forest Politics: The Evolution of International Cooperation.