The State of the World’s Cities 2004/2005 charts the progress and the challenges we face in this rapidly urbanising world. With contributions from some of the world’s leading urban scholars, writers and experts, this report carries extensive examples, illustrations and facts that are of use to experts and non-experts alike. First published in 2001, this flagship report of UN-HABITAT now published every two years, represents a further milestone in the efforts of the United Nations to gather, promote, and disseminate information for policy makers and the public at large.
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ISBN Series Number:- Not available - ISBN: 92-1-131705-3 HS Number: HS/726/04E Series Title:- Not available - Pages: 193 Year: 2004 Publisher: UN-HABITAT Co-Publisher :- Not available - Languages:
Themes: Information and Monitoring Countries: Asia & Pacific
USER REVIEWS OF THIS PUBLICATION
Logistics. The issue is not how many polepe you can cram into a given area, but rather the logistical strain of supporting that many in a small area. At some point the logistics will break down.
This report is very useful to urban management proffessionals.
useful tool for local governments
Excellent reference book for social activists in slums.