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Peer-reviewed Article
In IRES Vol.4 No.2
Public-private partnership-based services could be one of the better solutions for developing urban environmental infrastructure - which includes sewage treatment and municipal solid waste disposal services - in developing countries. Due to the low availability of funds for investment in the public sector and operating inefficiencies in government...
Report Chapter
Environmental education is one of the most effective strategies for increasing general levels of public environmental awareness, developing skills for solving environmental problems, and maintaining and improving quality of life and the environment. The word “Environmental Education” originates from the founding meeting of IUCN (International Union...
Non Peer-reviewed Article
In International Review for Environmental Strategies
Book Review"World in Transition 2: New Structures for Global Environmental Policy" by the German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU).Publisher information: London: Earthscan, 2001. ISBN: 1-85383-852-7, 242 pp., £50.00 (hbk).(Reviewer: Naoko Matsumoto, Research Associate, Long-Term Perspective and Policy Integration Project, IGES)International...
Peer-reviewed Article
In IRES Vol.4 No.2
Author:
Latipah Hendarti
Environmental education by non-governmental organizations (NGOs) is increasingly important in developing countries. This paper focuses on PPLH-Seloliman, an NGO environmental education centre in Indonesia, which shows us a good practice example of NGO environmental education. What is notable about this center is not only its contribution to the...
Research Report
IRES Vol.4 No.1
Environmental education is one of the most effective strategies for increasing general levels of public environmental awareness, developing skills for solving environmental problems, and maintaining and improving quality of life and the environment. In recognition of the world’s growing interest in environmental education, this issue of IRES...