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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 December 1st 2004 by Routledge

  2. The Age of Commodity

    Water Privatization in Southern Africa

    By Greg Ruiters

    Edited by David A. McDonald

    As globalization and market liberalization march forward unabated the global commons continue to be commodified and privatized at a rapid pace. In this global process, the ownership, sale and supply of water is increasingly a flashpoint for debates and conflict over privatization, and nowhere is...

    Published December 1st 2004 by Routledge

  3. State of the World 2005

    Global Security, 22nd Edition

    By Worldwatch Institute

    State of the World 2005 takes a new and deeper look at the theme that has dominated international politics since 9/11: security. Not the armed conflicts that occur when it breaks down, but the underlying social, economic and environmental pressures which determine how threatened and vulnerable...

    Published December 1st 2004 by Routledge

  4. New Approaches on Energy and the Environment

    Policy Advice for the President

    Edited by Richard D. Professor Morgenstern, Paul Professor Portney

    Written by economists and policy analysts at Resources for the Future, a Washington, DC, think tank with a tradition for independent, objective research, this collection of twenty-five 'memos to the President' offers constructive policy options for the elected administration on critical challenges...

    Published November 18th 2004 by Routledge

  5. Governing Sustainable Cities

    By Bob Evans, Marko Joas, Susan Sundback, Kate Theobald

    Urban governance and sustainability are rapidly becoming key issues around the world. Currently three billion people - half the population of the planet - live in cities, and by 2050 a full two-thirds of the world's population will be housed in ever larger and increasingly densely populated urban...

    Published November 1st 2004 by Routledge

  6. Urban Governance Voice and Poverty in the Developing World

    By Nick Devas

    Poverty and governance are both issues high on the agenda of international agencies and governments in the South. With urban areas accounting for a steadily growing share of the world's poor people, an international team of researchers focused their attention on the hitherto little-studied...

    Published October 1st 2004 by Routledge

  7. Facility Siting

    Risk, Power and Identity in Land Use Planning

    Edited by Asa Boholm, Ragnar E. Lofstedt

    Series: Earthscan Risk in Society

    From dams to landfill sites, and power plants to radioactive waste repositories, the siting of facilities is a veritable minefield of conflicts involving industry, planners, authorities, NGOs and citizens. This penetrating volume examines risk, power and identity in contests over the siting of...

    Published October 1st 2004 by Routledge

  8. Market Economy and Urban Change

    Impacts in the Developing World

    Edited by Roger Zetter, Mohamed Hamza

    Across the developing world the preceding decade or so has witnessed a profound reconfiguration of the political economy of urban policy. This new policy environment is driven by globalization, the neo-liberal macro-economic package of 'market enablement' and structural adjustment, which now form...

    Published October 1st 2004 by Routledge

  9. Choosing Environmental Policy

    Comparing Instruments and Outcomes in the United States and Europe

    Edited by Winston Professor Harrington, Richard D. Professor Morgenstern, Thomas Professor Sterner

    The two distinct approaches to environmental policy include direct regulation-sometimes called 'command and control' policies-and regulation by economic, or market-based incentives. This book is the first to compare the costs and outcomes of these approaches by examining realworld applications. In...

    Published September 16th 2004 by Routledge

  10. Collaborative Environmental Management

    What Roles for Government-1

    By Tomas M. Koontz, Toddi A. Steelman, JoAnn Carmin, Katrina Smith Korfmacher, Cassandra Moseley, Craig W. Thomas

    Collaboration has become a popular approach to environmental policy, planning, and management. At the urging of citizens, nongovernmental organizations, and industry, government officials at all levels have experimented with collaboration. Yet questions remain about the roles that governments play...

    Published September 8th 2004 by Routledge