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Capacity Building for Sustainable Development

Capacity Building for Sustainable Development

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Edited by V U James, Professor of Environmental Management, Planning, and Policy. Clarion University of Pennsylvania, USA

January 2018 / Hardback / 312 Pages / 9781780646169 £95.00 / €125.00 / $160.00
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Main Description

Capacity building has been a topic of intense focus in many "core" or industrialized counties. This book explores the theoretical underpinnings of capacity building to sustain the natural resources, cultural resources, and human resources of communities. It reviews the extensive literature on capacity building strategies and policies and examines the implication of sustainable development and sustainability of communities around the world. The approach is theoretical and applied. It offers methods of operationalizing sustainable development and sustainability theories and explores capacity building methods at different levels of governments. Successful practices in non-governmental and governmental agency roles are examined.

  • 1: Building the Capacities of Developing Countries to Protect the Environment
  • 2: Operationalizing Concepts of Sustainable Development in Africa
  • 3: Sustainability of Agriculture and Food Shortage: A Brief Analysis of the African Condition
  • 4: Globalization and Sustainable Development in Africa: The Imperatives of Capacity Building
  • 5: Understanding Capacity Building for Sustainable Tourism in the Niger Delta, Nigeria
  • 6: The Link Between Environment and Development
  • 7: Capacity Building for Environmental Impact Analysis in Nigeria
  • 8: The Effect of Traditional Land Management Methods on Crop Yield in Betem, Biase Local Government Area of Cross River State Nigeria
  • 9: Empowerment of Women and Sustainable Development in the Twentieth Century: The Yoruba Women Example
  • 10: Capacity Building and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • 11: Business Sector and Global Sustainable Future
  • 12: Empowerment of Women and Sustainable Development
  • 13: Subaltern Hydro-Struggles Against Unsustainable Commercial Diamond-Mining Practices in Chiadzwa, Zimbabwe (2009-2013)
  • 14: Proactive Learning Framework: Educational Model for Capacity-Building and Sustainable Development
  • 15: Can Competitiveness be the Framework for Sustainable Electricity Supply in Nigeria?
  • 16: Energy Production and Consumption for Sustainable Development
  • 17: Climate Change and Coping Strategies for Sustainable Food Production Among Small Scale Farmers in Nigeria
  • 18: Capacity Building for Rural Development in Nigeria: The Case of Rural Road Network
  • 19: Oil, Conflict, and Sustainable Development in Nigeria
  • 20: Energy Production and Consumption and Sustainable Development
  • 21: The Challenges of Climate Change on the Livelihood and Sustainable Development of Selected Coastal Communities in Nigeria’s Niger Delta (1990-2015)
  • 22: Human Rights Violation in a Bid for Sustainable Development: A Case of Tokwe-Mukosi Dam Construction in Chivi District in Masvingo Province in Zimbabwe
  • 23: Relationships of Climate Variability and Change to Development

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