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Urban Environment Newsletter (september 2006)
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    Steering Sustainable urbanization in Africa

    Modern cities are generally associated with vibrant economies that have opportunities for investments and development. In both developed and developing countries, cities generate a share of gross domestic product (GDP) and provide many economic opportunities according to information in UN-HABITAT’s current edition of the’State of the World’s Cities.


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    Publication Date: 01 Sep 2006
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    Pages: 4
    Year: 2006
    YEAR: 2006
    Languages: English
    Themes: Environmental Sustainability, Environmental Planning & Management, Environment
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    Branch/Office: Environment
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    I like the contents of your documents because they are representative of the many projects your experts are involved in. My only problem is that the documents are prepared for an expert audience. There is too much technical jargon, yet I suppose the papers would be of more relevance if they could be understood my a substantial majority of the population. Maybe some more editing would do the trick. patrick njoroge
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