2 edition of Ecodevelopment and Third World urban regions found in the catalog.
Ecodevelopment and Third World urban regions
|Series||Joint project on environment and development ;, 5|
|Contributions||Canadian International Development Agency. Policy Branch., Canada. Environment Canada. Advanced Concepts Centre.|
|LC Classifications||HT169.5 .M54 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||83223755|
Bairoch () estimates that from to the urban population in third world countries will have multiplied almost 16 times, from less than million to 3, million people (table 1). By comparison, the urban population in industrialized countries multiplied only about five times from to , the period of its most intensive growth. Paul Bairoch (24 July in Antwerp – 12 February in Geneva) was a Swiss economic historian who specialised in global economic history, urban history and historical demography. He published or co-authored more than two dozen books and scholarly articles. His most important works emphasize the agricultural preconditions necessary for industrialization or argue that colonization was. Providing a sweeping overview of world urban geography, noted experts explore the eleven major global regions. Each regional chapter considers urban history, economy, culture, and environment, as well as urban spatial models and problems and : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
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Ecodevelopment and Third World urban regions: A prospective for international development cooperation policy (Joint project on environment and development) Paperback – January 1, byAuthor: Simon Miles.
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Drawing on a host of scholars with expertise in different world regions, the editors of Cities of the World have put together a volume that offers a remarkably comprehensive overview of what cities are like in different world regions and the forces that are shaping them.
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With land planning, socioeconomics and natural systems as foundations, this book combines urban planning and ecological science in examining urban regions. Writing for graduate students, academic researchers, planners, conservationists and policy makers, and with the use of informative urban-region color maps, Richard Forman analyzes 38 urban regions from 32 nations.
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Table 1 is a world summary of urban density. References CIDA, Canadian International Development Agency, Ecodevelopment and Third World Urban Regions: a prospective for international development cooperation policy (CIDA, Policy Branch, Ottawa, ).
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Just three countries — India, China and Nigeria – together are expected to account for 37 per cent of the projected growth of the world.
The argument in favour of develop- ment of industries based on bioconver- sion of solar energy may be interpreted as advocating the addition of an "indus- trial floor"to ecodevelopment strategies, and in this way extending enormously their applicability in both third world and industrialized countries.
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The rural-to-urban migration and high birth rates of the periphery are creating both megacities, urban areas with more than eight million people, and hyper cities, urban areas with more than 20 million cities, such as Mexico City or Manila, have slum areas that can contain up to two million people with little infrastructure, rampant crime, no health care, and massive : Colin Stief.
The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) reaf-firmed commitment to sustainable development and adopted a framework for action and comprehensive follow-up. The World Economic and Social Survey serves as a valuable resource as we look towards translating the outcome of Rio+20 into concrete actions.
Bythe world urban population could reach a total of bil- lion, 80 per cent of whom may be living in developing regions, and concentrated in cities of Africa and Asia. Riddell presents a monograph concerning the concept of ecodevelopment, which is perceived as an alternative to the capitalist and socialist ways of development in the Third World.
Ecodevelopment would use the existing resources for greater human pro-gress than do capitalism and communism, it would lead to a socially, economically and. Editions for Cities of the World: World Regional Urban Development: X (Hardcover published in ), (Hardcover published in ), 0.
over the world, at varying rates of change, some more rapid than others. While most regions have been experiencing an increase in rural-urban migration, some have experienced excessive rates, with the attendant problems. According to Gilbert and Gugler, in some countries where rural-urban migration had earlier been intense.
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