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Solid Waste Management: Critical Issues for Developing Countries Paperback – September 5, 2000
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"Solid waste has become a major consequence of development and modernization, yet some of the greatest challenges to its management are felt most keenly in the developing countries. This is part of the larger paradox of development; namely, that factors that create the most intransigent problems currently facing the developing countries are invariably those which derive from development itself." Introduction
This volume presents a collection of papers which, with perspectives from Africa and the Caribbean, raise critical issues in the management of solid waste. It is intended to offer a basis for discussion among the wide range of disciplines and sectors involved in solid waste management and suggest directions for future work both in the theoretical and practical dimensions of the challenge with which developing countries are confronted.
About the Author
Elizabeth Thomas-Hope is the James Seivright Moss-Solomon (Snr) Professor of Environmental Management, University of the West Indies, Mona.
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