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  1. Blue Gold

    The Battle Against Corporate Theft of the World's Water

    By Maude Barlow, Tony Clarke

    International tensions around water are rising in many of the world's most volatile regions. The policy recipe pursued by the West, and imposed on governments elsewhere, is to pass control over water to private interests, which simply accelerates the cycle of inequality and deprivation. California,...

    Published September 30th 2003 by Routledge

  2. Ownership Leadership and Transformation

    Can We Do Better for Capacity Development

    By Thomas Theisohn

    Edited by Carlos Lopes

    The third and final in a series, this text bridges the conceptual foundations of capacity development and the difficulties and practical realities in the field. It demystifies the process of capacity development to make it more user-friendly. The book has two parts. The first shows how...

    Published September 30th 2003 by Routledge

  3. Trading in Knowledge

    Development Perspectives on TRIPS, Trade and Sustainability

    By Graham Dutfield

    Edited by Christophe Bellmann, Ricardo Melendez-Ortiz

    An unprecedented surge in the scope and level of intellectual property rights (IPR) protection has been engulfing the world. This globalizing trend has shifted the balance of interests between private innovators and society at large and tensions have flared around key public policy concerns. As...

    Published September 30th 2003 by Routledge

  4. The Colonizer and the Colonized

    4th Edition

    By Albert Memmi

    Albert Memmi's classic work stands as one of the most powerful and psychologically penetrating studies of colonial oppression ever written. Dissecting the minds of both the oppressor and the oppressed, Memmi reveals truths about the colonial situation and struggle that are as relevant today as they...

    Published September 30th 2003 by Routledge

  5. Science and Technology Advice for Congress

    By M. Granger Morgan, Jon M. Peha

    The elimination of the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) in 1995 came during a storm of budget cutting and partisan conflict. Operationally, it left Congress without an institutional arrangement to bring expert scientific and technological advice into the process of legislative decisionmaking....

    Published September 7th 2003 by RFF Press

  6. Promise and Performance Of Environmental Conflict Resolution

    Environmental conflict resolution (ECR) is a process of negotiation that allows stakeholders in a dispute to reach a mutually satisfactory agreement on their own terms. The tools of ECR, such as facilitation, mediation, and conflict assessment, suggest that it fits well with other ideas for...

    Published July 31st 2003 by RFF Press

  7. The 2030 Spike

    Countdown to Global Catastrophe

    By Colin Mason

    The clock is relentlessly ticking! Our world teeters on a knife-edge between a peaceful and prosperous future for all, and a dark winter of death and destruction that threatens to smother the light of civilization. Within 30 years, in the 2030 decade, six powerful 'drivers' will converge with...

    Published July 31st 2003 by Routledge

  8. The Planetary Bargain

    Corporate Social Responsibility Matters

    By Michael Hopkins

    Corporate scandals and lack of confidence in our largest institutions mean that corporate social responsibility (CSR) now matters more than ever. Encroaching on CSR are concepts such as corporate sustainability and corporate citizenship, and older concerns with business ethics, business in society...

    Published May 31st 2003 by Routledge

  9. Worlds Apart

    Civil Society and the Battle for Ethical Globalization

    Edited by John Clark

    Globalization is one of the most politically charged issues of our time. This book aims to bridge the divide between its advocates and its critics, but, rather than trying to find middle ground, the author looks at globalization through the lens of poor people and poor countries, arguing for a...

    Published May 31st 2003 by Routledge

  10. Globalizing Civic Engagement

    Civil Society and Transnational Action

    Edited by John Clark

    'Informative and useful.' Development and Change Until recently, most civil society organizations (CSOs) operated at national or local levels. However, new global organizations and networks are increasingly emerging. This book examines what CSOs can achieve, and the barriers they face, when they...

    Published May 31st 2003 by Routledge