|Statement||by Ismail Serageldin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||55 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.|
|Number of Pages||55|
Get this from a library! The human face of the urban environment: a report to the development community on the second annual Conference on Environmentally Sustainable Development sponsored by the World Bank and held at the National Academy of Sciences and the World Bank, Washington, D.C., September , The human face of the urban environment: proceedings of the second annual World Bank Conference on Environmentally Sustainable Development held at the National Academy of Sciences and the World Bank, Washington, D.C. September , This book provides descriptive reports about people living in poverty in New York City (New York) in the period from to as a beginning to solving the problems of persistent poverty. Analyses of the problems of poverty have rarely been undertaken from the point of view of the poor themselves. It is argued that society will never be able to grapple with the contradictions of poverty Cited by: 1. The Granite Garden: Urban Nature And Human Design Most of the examples are outdated and give modern readers a false sense of our current environment. The book often exaggerates and offer few feasible solutions to the problems it presents. Read more. 4 people found this helpful. by:
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Set in the ‘human–environment’ interaction space, this book applies new theoretical and practical insights to understanding what makes healthy urban environments. It stems from recognition that the world is rapidly urbanising and the international concern with how to create healthy settings and liveable cities in the context of a rapidly. Urban ecology demands a change from the old idea that people live in cities and nature exists elsewhere, and has to tackle the coupled human and environmental systems that make up urban areas. This book provides an up-to-date and highly readable account of what we know about urban ecosystems and how that can be applied in planning and management. A number of factors, including elements of the social environment (such as inequality and isolation) and physical stressors (such as pollution and noise) . Natural environment. Pathogens in human-modified environments pose a major threat to health. Emerging infectious disease (EID) originate from the dynamic interactions of infectious agents, human-modified environments and host characteristics and are predominantly caused by zoonotic pathogens of wild life origin, with more than half of the EID events being bacterial or rickettsial and a quarter Cited by: