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  1. Municipalities and Finance

    A Sourcebook for Capacity Building

    By Nick Devas

    Edited by Ian Blore, Richard Slater

    Series: Municipal Capacity Building Series

    Finance is a critical issue for municipal governments around the world, and a major constraint on the delivery of pro-poor services at the local level. In many countries, decentralisation has brought the issue of municipal finance to the fore. This sourcebook provides a framework for analysing...

    Published September 1st 2004 by Routledge

  2. Painting the White House Green

    Rationalizing Environmental Policy Inside the Executive Office of the President

    Edited by Randall Lutter

    Presidents, like kings, lead cloistered lives. Protecting the president from too much isolation are advisers and aides who help ensure that the administration achieves its policy goals while enjoying broad political support. In economics and environmental policy, where disagreement among...

    Published August 9th 2004 by Routledge

  3. Food Wars

    The Global Battle for Mouths, Minds and Markets

    By Tim Lang, Michael Heasman

    'Food Wars is a heartening book which calls for a radical change in the way the world feeds itself. It offers a blueprint for a future where nobody goes to bed hungry.' Derek Cooper, founder presenter of the BBC's Food Programme 'An important book that should be read by everyone who cares about...

    Published August 1st 2004 by Routledge

  4. Policy That Works for Forests and People

    Real Prospects for Governance and Livelihoods

    By James Mayers, Stephen Bass

    Series: The Earthscan Forest Library

    Since its original publication by the International Institute for Environment and Development in 1999, Policy That Works for Forests and People has been recognised as the most authoritative study to date of policy processes that affect forests and people. Providing a thorough analysis of the issues...

    Published July 1st 2004 by Routledge

  5. 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 July 1st 2004 by Routledge

  6. Inclusive Aid

    Changing Power and Relationships in International Development

    Edited by Leslie Groves, Rachel Hinton

    Rapid and profound changes are taking place in international development. The past two decades have promoted the ideals of participation and partnership, yet key decisions affecting people's lives continue to be made without sufficient attention to the socio-political realities of the countries in...

    Published June 1st 2004 by Routledge

  7. Turkey and Greece

    The Aegean Disputes

    By Deniz Bölükbasi

    The Aegean disputes between Turkey and Greece represent one of the longest-standing contemporary conflicts in existence.These disagreements encompass a wide range of issues, including the seabed, maritime areas and airspace of the Aegean. The territorial status of a number of islands and rocks, as...

    Published May 17th 2004 by Routledge-Cavendish

  8. Future Positive

    International Co-operation in the 21st Century

    Edited by Michael Edwards

    An optimistic assessment of the prospects for a new international order - acting as a counter-blast to global pessimism. The text explains how the international system operates, the pressures it faces and the changes it must undergo, and offers concrete ideas to re-frame international relations,...

    Published May 1st 2004 by Routledge

  9. Empowering Squatter Citizen

    Local Government, Civil Society and Urban Poverty Reduction

    By Diana Mitlin, David Satterthwaite

    With the rapid growth in urban poverty in Africa, Asia and Latin America, most cities now have 30 to 60 per cent of their population living in shanty towns. The civil and political rights of these people are either ignored or constantly contravened. They face multiple deprivations, including hunger...

    Published May 1st 2004 by Routledge

  10. True Warnings and False Alarms

    "Evaluating Fears about the Health Risks of Technology, 1948-1971"

    By Allan Mazur

    Given time, scientists reach consensus about the truth or falsity of a wide range of alleged hazards. Today, there is broad agreement that CFCs destroy stratospheric ozone. On the other hand, research does not support claims that electromagnetic fields from transmission lines cause a noticeable...

    Published April 21st 2004 by Routledge