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Collection of papers examining the legitimacy and effectiveness of global environmental governance
I. Balberg (ed); H. Hofstad (ed) / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2007
This working paper contains reports on the creation of more effective and legitimate multi-governance arrangements in various policy domains from the 8. Nordic Environmental Social Science Research Conference held in Norway in June, 2...
Public-private sector partnership in the water sector, Uganda
A.G. Koestler / Yme 2005
While the UN-Water Decade and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) define the focus of both governments and nongovernmental organisations to improve the situation of many communities, new concepts and models for partnership have to...
What are the contributions of Norwegian aid to the water sector?
Association for International Water and Forest Studies, Norway 2004
The report aims to provide a picture of and numbers on the Norwegian bilateral development cooperation within water supply, sanitation and water resource management between 1999 and 2003. The report consists of three main parts...
Resettlement at the Three Gorges Dam, China
G. Heggelund / Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars 2005
This paper considers the development and resettlement issues surrounding the Three Gorges Dam in China. Drawing on research carried out ten years the author discusses the problems surrounding research and provides information on how t...
Sanitation and the importance of people's attitudes in Pakistan
B. Nawab; I. Nyborg; K. Esser; P. Jenssen / Noragric, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences 2005
Based on a case study of Machaki Banda, a village in rural North West Frontier Province (NWFP) in Pakistan, this paper aims at gaining an understanding of peoples’ attitudes to sanitation, and their prevailing sanitary practices,...
Converting to an ecosan system in Kuching, Malaysia is feasible
P.D.| Jenssen / EcoSan Norway 2005
This paper address sanitation issues in Kuching, the capital of Sarawak Malaysia, examining the implications of converting to an ecological sanitation (ecosan) system. The paper specifically examines the Hui Sing garden pilot system, ...
Exploration of the relationship between poor freshwater access and destitution
J.N.K. Mugambi; G. Kebreab / Norwegian Church Aid 2005
Freshwater supply is not a priority of the rich countries in their development agendas for the poor countries. Yet this paper suggests that it is the most important indicator of destitution. This paper argues that it is necessary for ...
Key problems of multilateral trade liberalisation as they relate to poor people's rights
A. Sommerfeldt / Norwegian Church Aid 2005
This is a set of papers that address the questions: do equal rules really allow poor producers to receive a fair share of the trade wealth and does the current free trade system represent equal rules at all? The papers argue that the ...
Extending water connections to households may lead to welfare gains in Central America
J. Strand; I. Walker / Department of Economics, University of Oslo, Norway 2004
This paper analyses data from sample surveys of water use and prices for households in 17 cities in Central America and Venezuela. The main aim of the paper is to estimate water demand functions for two different household groups in t...
Combating poverty through access to safe water supply and sanitation facilities
Eldis Document Store 2003
This paper reports on a United Nations conference held in Norway, November 2003, in support of the 12th session of the Commission for Sustainable Development. The conference focused on the plight of the world’s poorest, with part...
Items 1 to 10 of 22

Items 1 to 10 of 22

Collection of papers examining the legitimacy and effectiveness of global environmental governance
I. Balberg (ed); H. Hofstad (ed) / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2007
This working paper contains reports on the creation of more effective and legitimate multi-governance arrangements in various policy domains from the 8. Nordic Environmental Social Science Research Conference held in Norway in June, 2...
Public-private sector partnership in the water sector, Uganda
A.G. Koestler / Yme 2005
While the UN-Water Decade and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) define the focus of both governments and nongovernmental organisations to improve the situation of many communities, new concepts and models for partnership have to...
What are the contributions of Norwegian aid to the water sector?
Association for International Water and Forest Studies, Norway 2004
The report aims to provide a picture of and numbers on the Norwegian bilateral development cooperation within water supply, sanitation and water resource management between 1999 and 2003. The report consists of three main parts...
Resettlement at the Three Gorges Dam, China
G. Heggelund / Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars 2005
This paper considers the development and resettlement issues surrounding the Three Gorges Dam in China. Drawing on research carried out ten years the author discusses the problems surrounding research and provides information on how t...
Sanitation and the importance of people's attitudes in Pakistan
B. Nawab; I. Nyborg; K. Esser; P. Jenssen / Noragric, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences 2005
Based on a case study of Machaki Banda, a village in rural North West Frontier Province (NWFP) in Pakistan, this paper aims at gaining an understanding of peoples’ attitudes to sanitation, and their prevailing sanitary practices,...
Converting to an ecosan system in Kuching, Malaysia is feasible
P.D.| Jenssen / EcoSan Norway 2005
This paper address sanitation issues in Kuching, the capital of Sarawak Malaysia, examining the implications of converting to an ecological sanitation (ecosan) system. The paper specifically examines the Hui Sing garden pilot system, ...
Exploration of the relationship between poor freshwater access and destitution
J.N.K. Mugambi; G. Kebreab / Norwegian Church Aid 2005
Freshwater supply is not a priority of the rich countries in their development agendas for the poor countries. Yet this paper suggests that it is the most important indicator of destitution. This paper argues that it is necessary for ...
Key problems of multilateral trade liberalisation as they relate to poor people's rights
A. Sommerfeldt / Norwegian Church Aid 2005
This is a set of papers that address the questions: do equal rules really allow poor producers to receive a fair share of the trade wealth and does the current free trade system represent equal rules at all? The papers argue that the ...
Extending water connections to households may lead to welfare gains in Central America
J. Strand; I. Walker / Department of Economics, University of Oslo, Norway 2004
This paper analyses data from sample surveys of water use and prices for households in 17 cities in Central America and Venezuela. The main aim of the paper is to estimate water demand functions for two different household groups in t...
Combating poverty through access to safe water supply and sanitation facilities
Eldis Document Store 2003
This paper reports on a United Nations conference held in Norway, November 2003, in support of the 12th session of the Commission for Sustainable Development. The conference focused on the plight of the world’s poorest, with part...
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