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  1. The New Accountability

    Environmental Responsibility Across Borders

    By Michael Mason

    The growth of pollution that crosses national borders represents a significant threat to human health and ecological sustainability. Various international agreements exist between countries to reduce risks to their populations, however there is often a mismatch between national territories of state...

    Published November 30th 2004 by Routledge

  2. A Manufactured Plague

    The History of Foot-and-mouth Disease in Britain

    By Abigail Woods

    Foot and mouth disease (FMD) is currently regarded as one of the world's worst animal plagues. But how did this label become attached to a curable disease that poses little threat to human health? And why, in the epidemic of 2001, did the government's control strategy still rely upon Victorian...

    Published June 30th 2004 by Routledge

  3. The End of World Population Growth in the 21st Century

    New Challenges for Human Capital Formation and Sustainable Development

    By Warren C. Sanderson

    Edited by Wolfgang Lutz, Sergei Scherbov

    Series: Population and Sustainable Development

    The 20th century was the century of explosive population growth, resulting in unprecedented impacts; in contrast, the 21st century is likely to see the end of world population growth and become the century of population aging. We are currently at the crossroads of these demographic regimes. This...

    Published March 31st 2004 by Routledge

  4. Cities Transformed

    Demographic Change and Its Implications in the Developing World

    By Mark R. Montgomery, Richard Stren, Barney Cohen, Holly E. Reed

    Over the next 20 years, most low-income countries will, for the first time, become more urban than rural. Understanding demographic trends in the cities of the developing world is critical to those countries - their societies, economies, and environments. The benefits from urbanization cannot be...

    Published February 28th 2004 by Routledge

  5. Healthy Cities and Urban Policy Research

    Edited by Takehito Takano

    Healthy Cites and Urban Policy Research is a collection of papers by leading experts from academia or international organisations who have been involved in the Healthy Cities Movement. It is the first academic work to combine public health with urban planning. Contemporary issues from various...

    Published October 8th 2003 by Routledge

  6. Another Day in Paradise

    Front Line Stories from International Aid Workers

    Edited by Carol Bergman

    Another Day in Paradise is an anthology of first-person stories by international aid workers. Written by active aid workers and spanning the hot spots of the globe from Afghanistan to Cambodia, Rwanda to Vietnam and Ecuador to Bosnia, these stories tell it like it really is on the ground. Covering...

    Published September 30th 2003 by Routledge

  7. World Agriculture: Towards 2015/2030

    An FAO Study

    Edited by Jelle Bruinsma

    This report is FAO's latest assessment of the long-term outlook for the world's food supplies, nutrition and agriculture. It presents the projections and the main messages. The projections cover supply and demand for the major agricultural commodities and sectors, including fisheries and forestry....

    Published March 31st 2003 by Routledge

  8. Air Pollution and Health in Rapidly Developing Countries

    Edited by Gordon McGranahan, Frank Murray

    In developing countries the price of rapid growth is all too often noxious airborne pollution, which annually contributes to a disturbing number of avoidable deaths. In recent decades, however, there has been considerable progress in the epidemiology of air pollution, significant changes in...

    Published February 28th 2003 by Routledge

  9. Battling Resistance to Antibiotics and Pesticides

    An Economic Approach

    Edited by Ramanan Laxminarayan

    The increasing resistance of bacteria to antibiotics, and pests to pesticides, threatens to undo some of the most remarkable advances made in public health and agriculture during the past century. Though the potential consequences of increased antibiotic and pesticide resistance are far reaching,...

    Published December 25th 2002 by Routledge

  10. The Contextual Determinants of Malaria

    Edited by Elizabeth A. Professor Casman, Hadi Professor Dowlatabadi

    As malaria and other tropical diseases continue their resurgence, questions about the potential impacts of environmental and demographic factors are becoming more critical. Recent attempts to understand the increase in malaria incidence often acknowledge the importance of social, economic and other...

    Published October 24th 2002 by Routledge