Regards sur la terre 2010. L'annuel du développement durable
Villes changer de trajectoire
Cities Changing direction
Cities are of crucial importance for sustainability concerns. This new edition of Regards sur la Terre analyses how cities work and identifies contemporary trends, mecanisms and tools that can influence curent strategies and choices.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
« World Class » cities: Hubs of Globalization an High Finance
FOCUS The Risks of Secularisation
Sao Paulo: Is Fragmentation ineluctable?
FOCUS United States: Renewable Energy comes to Town
Rethinking the City: Combining its Forms and Flows
FOCUS China: Moving towards Energy Efficiency
Africa: Improve both Environmental and Human Health
FOCUS The Atmospheric cost of Development
The City returns ti its Hinterlands for Natural Resources
FOCUS China : Massive Projects supply Cities with Water
FOCUS Urban Services: Overturning Dogmas
FOCUS South Asia: managing the Quality of a Limited Resource
Regulating Finance for Inclusives Cities
FOCUS Tunis: Why Housing is Inadequate
Africa: Where and How to House Urban Citizens?
FOCUS Supporting Federations of Slum Dwellers in Asia and Africa
Insecurity and Segregation: Rejecting an Urbanism of Fear
FOCUS Development Aid: A Comprehensive City-Scale Approach
Bridging the Ecologies of Cities and of Nature
FOCUS Inventing Environmental Cooperation in Southeast Asia
When Emerging Cities set Standards
City Networks: Expressing their Needs, Building Expertise
Regards sur la terre 2009. L'annuel du développement durable
La gouvernance du développement durableA Planet For Life 2009
The governance of sustainable development
A Planet For Life has chosen the global governance of sustainable development as the theme of its 2009 edition, with the ambition of contributing to current thinking on today's governance system and its desirable evolution in the future.
Regards sur la Terre 2008. L'annuel du développement durable
Biodiversité - Nature et développementA planet For Life 2008
Biodiversity - Nature and Development
This volume deals with the complex relationships linking nature, biodiversity and development.