5 edition of Water, environmental security and sustainable rural development found in the catalog.
Water, environmental security and sustainable rural development
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Murat Arsel and Max Spoor.|
|Contributions||Arsel, Murat., Spoor, Max.|
|LC Classifications||HD1697.5.E83 W38 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415461610, 9780203866467|
|LC Control Number||2009018323|
New Urban Agenda In December , world leaders adopted the New Urban Agenda, which sets a global standard for sustainable urban development, and will help rethink planning, management and life in New Urban Agenda is roadmap for building cities that can serve as engines of prosperity and centres of cultural and social well-being while protecting the environment. Sound strategies for community water supply and sanitation programmes in developing countries should be based on (i) a clear understanding of the existing problems, (ii) the beneficial impacts achievable, and (iii) the factors which determine by:
A workshop was organized by the Chemical Sciences Roundtable of BCST (Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology) on the topic Water and Sustainable Development: Opportunities for the Chemical Sciences. The workshop brought together top experts in the area of water science and technology and leaders in chemistry and chemical engineering from government, industry, and by: 2. be used to help countries achieve their long-term sustainable development targets through improvements in drylands enterprises and market access, food security, energy production, and environmental conservation. But the benefits of successful .
Rural water supply systems (RWSS) in developing countries typically have deficiencies that threaten their sustainability. This research used Multi-Criteria Analysis and the Analytical Hierarchy Process to identify indicators that can be used to assess the sustainability of RWSS. The assessment tool developed is composed of 17 attributes with 95 quantifiable : Isabel Domínguez, Edgar Ricardo Oviedo-Ocaña, Karen Hurtado, Andrés Barón, Ralph P. Hall. Acknowledgement to Reviewers. The high scientific standards maintained by Journal of Water, Sanitation & Hygiene for Development owe much to the continuing dedication of the journal's reviewers who freely give their time and expertise.
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