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The Sustainable Cities Programme in the Philippines, 1998-2007

Noel C. Duhaylungsod

The Sustainable Cities Programme in the Philippines, 1998-2007

addressing poverty, gender inequality, and environmental degradation

by Noel C. Duhaylungsod

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Published by UN-HABITAT, UNEP in Nairobi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[principal author, Noel C. Duhaylungsod]
SeriesSCP documentation series -- v. 8
ContributionsSustainable Cities Programme, United Nations Human Settlements Programme, United Nations Environment Programme
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHT169.P6 D84 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 46 p. :
Number of Pages46
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24449933M
ISBN 109211317436
ISBN 109789211320770
LC Control Number2009349370

Sustainable cities, urban sustainability, or eco-city (also "ecocity") is a city designed with consideration for social, economic, environmental impact (commonly referred to as the triple bottom line), and resilient habitat for existing populations, without compromising the ability of future generations to experience the cities are inhabited by people whom are dedicated towards. The Sustainable Cities Programme in the Philippines (() - A Compendium of Good Practices. Eco Guide. Green Office Company Profile. The Climate Resilient Sustainable Cities Initiative Objectives, Book Sustainable Business Models. Uploaded by.

Tourism Challenges for the Philippines. Sustainable Tourism Challenges for the Philippines Edited by An Analysis of Sustainable Tourism Programs and Practices Among ASEAN National Tourism Organizations Reil G. Cruz 81 Coastal Populations in Bais City, Philippines Florence C. Evacitas Table of Contents Size: 2MB. Congratulations to the editors, K Seetharam and B Yuen. --Hon Mary Jane Ortega, Secretary-General, CITYNET, Mayor of City of San Fernando, La Union, The Philippines () This is an important and timely book. With half of humanity living in cities, our future will depend on Author: Kallidaikurichi E Seetharam.

THE PHILIPPINE SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGE (PSC) is a non-profit organization and flagship movement that advocates a three-pronged transformational, technology-driven approach to achieve a sustainable future (Likas-Kayang Kinabukasan) for the Philippines. This Sustainability Blueprint is aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development G which is to make communities and cities safe, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable. As a property developer, Ayala Land contributes to the cause by championing sustainable development in the Philippines.


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Drumm, Andy and Alan Moore. An Introduction to Ecosystem Planning, Second Size: 1MB. Sustainable development cannot be achieved without significantly transforming the way we build and manage our urban spaces.

The rapid growth of cities in the developing world, coupled with increasing rural to urban migration, has led to a boom in mega-cities. Inthere were ten mega-cities with 10 million inhabitants or more. Mayor of City of San Fernando, La Union, The Philippines (–) “This is an important and timely book.

With half of humanity living in cities, our future will depend on how well we manage our cities. To determine whether the Philippine tourism industry is moving towards sustainable development, this paper explores the evolution of the tourism industry in the Philippines by tracing its.

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The Philippines’ second Voluntary National Review emphasizes the synergies between government and non-government actions required to ensure inclusiveness and equality.

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The Contribution of World Heritage to Sustainable Development Outside the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) N. 7, on environmental sustainability, which addresses in part the need to protect biodiversity and natural resources, the MDGs adopted by the international community in made no specific reference to heritage or even to culture in general.Sustainability and Cities will serve as a source of both learning and inspiration for those seeking to create more sustainable cities, and is an important book for practitioners, researchers, and students in the fields of planning, geography, and public by: The Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities is an international climate and energy policy group based in the Philippines advancing climate resilience and low carbon development.

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