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Aoyagi, K., P. Nas, et al. (1998). Toward sustainable cities: readings in the anthropology of urban environments. Leiden, Leiden Development Studies, Institute of Cultural and Social Studies, University of Leiden.
Atkinson, A. (1992). "The urban bioregion as 'sustainable development' paradigm." Third World Planning Review 14(4): 327-354.
Atkinson, A. (1994). "The contribution of cities to sustainability." Third World Planning Review 16(2): 97-101.
Barnett, J. (1995). The fractured metropolis: improving the new city, restoring the old city, reshaping the region. New York, HarperCollins.
Bartone, C. and Urban Management Program. (1994). Toward environmental strategies for cities: policy considerations for urban environmental management in Developing countries. Washington, D.C., Published for the Urban Management Programme by the World Bank.
Beavis, M. A., J. Patterson, et al. (1992). A select, annotated bibliography on sustainable cities. Winnipeg, Man., Institute of Urban Studies, University of Winnipeg.
Bonham, J. B., G. Spilka, et al. (2002). Old cities/green cities: communities transform unmanaged land. Chicago, IL, American Planning Association.
Brotchie, J. F. (1995). Cities in competition: productive and sustainable cities for the 21st century. Melbourne, Longman Australia.
Brown, L. B. and J. L. Jacobson (1987). The future of urbanization: facing the ecological and economic constraints. Washington, D.C., World Watch Institute. World Watch Paper.
Burgess, R., M. Carmona, et al. (1997). The challenge of sustainable cities: neoliberalism and urban strategies in developing countries. London; Atlantic Highlands, N.J., Zed Books.
Burnstein, J. D. (1994). Land use considerations in urban environmental management. Urban Management Programme Paper. Washington D.C, World Bank. 12.
Canadian International Development Agency. (1998). An urbanizing world: statement on sustainable cities. [Ottawa], Canadian International Development Agency.
Carley, M., P. Jenkins, et al. (2001). Urban development and civil society: the role of communities in sustainable cities. Sterling, VA, Earthscan Publications.
Cheema, G. S., J. Smit, et al. (1996). Urban agriculture: food, jobs and sustainable cities. New York, NY, United Nations Development Programme.
Cooperative Housing Foundation. (1990). "Environmentally sound shelter in informal urban settlements." Ekistics 57(342): 122-126.
Corbett, J. and M. N. Corbett (2000). Designing sustainable communities: learning from Village Homes. Washington, D.C., Island Press.
Cronon, W. (1991). Nature's metropolis: Chicago and the Great West. New York, W. W. Norton.
Douglas, M. (1989). "The environmental sustainability of development: coordination, incentive and political will in land use planning for the Jakarta metropolis." Third World Planning Review 11(2): 211-237.
Douglas, M. (1992). "The political economy of urban poverty and environmental management in Asia; access, empowerment and community based alternatives." Environment & Urbanization 4(2): 9-32.
Douglas, M. and M. Zoghlin (1994). "Sustaining cities at the grassroots: livelihood, environment and social networks in Suan Phlu, Bangkok." Third World Planning Review 16(2): 171-200.
Drakakis-Smith, D. (1995). "Third world cities: sustainable urban development." Urban Studies 32(4-5): 659-677.
Dubois-Taine, G. and C. Henriot (2001). Cities of the Pacific Rim: diversity & sustainability. Paris, PUCA.
European Commission. Expert Group on the Urban Environment. and European Commission. Directorate-General for Environment Nuclear Safety and Civil Protection. (1996). European sustainable cities: report. Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities; Lanham, MD, Unipub [distributor].
Foo, A. F. and B. K. P. Yuen (1999). Sustainable cities in the 21st century. [Singapore], Faculty of Architecture, Building & Real Estate, National University of Singapore.
Fowler, E. P. and D. Siegel (2002). Urban policy issues: Canadian perspectives. Toronto, Oxford University Press.
Girardet, H. and Schumacher Society (Great Britain) (1999). Creating sustainable cities. Totnes, Devon, Published by Green Books for The Schumacher Society.
Guihéry, L. (2002). The future of railway transport in Europe: toward sustainable development.
Hardoy, J. E., D. Mitlin, et al. (1992). Environmental problems in Third World cities. London, Earthscan.
Hardoy, J. E., D. Mitlin, et al. (2001). Environmental problems in an urbanizing world: finding solutions in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Sterling, VA, Earthscan Publications.
Haughton, G. and C. Hunter (1994). Sustainable cities. London, J. Kingsley Publishers; Bristol, Pa., Regional Studies Association.
International Institute for Environment and Development. Human Settlements Programme. and International Institute for Environment and Development--Latin America. (1989). Environment and urbanization. London, Human Settlements Programme, International Institute for Environment and Development. [online]
Katz, P., V. J. Scully, et al. (1994). The new urbanism: toward an architecture of community. New York, McGraw-Hill.
Leitmann, J., C. Bartone, et al. (1992). "Environmental management and urban development: issues and options for third world cities." Environment and Urbanization 4(2): 131-140.
Leman, E. and J. E. Cox (1991). "Sustainable urban development: strategic considerations for urbanizing nations." Ekistics 58(348): 216-224.
MacNeill, J., J. E. Cox, et al. (1991). "Sustainable development: the urban challenge." Ekistics 58(348): 195-198.
Marris, P. (1982). Community planning and conceptions of change. London; Boston, Routledge & Kegan Paul.
Mazzucchelli, S. A. (1995). "Participatory methodologies for rapid urban environmental diagnoses." Environment & Urbanization 7(2): 219-226.
McGranahan, G. (2001). The citizens at risk: from urban sanitation to sustainable cities. London; Sterling, VA, Earthscan.
Medoff, P. and H. Sklar (1994). Streets of hope: the fall and rise of an urban neighborhood. Boston, MA, South End Press.
Miltin, D. T., J (1995). "Participatory approaches in urban areas: strengthening civil society or reinforcing the status-quo." Environment and Urbanization 7(1): 231-250.
Mitlin, D. and J. Bicknel (1992). "Sustainable cities." Environment & Urbanization 4(2): 3-general.
Morse, R. M. and J. E. Hardoy (1992). Rethinking the Latin American city. Washington, D.C., Woodrow Wilson Center Press; Baltimore, MD., Johns Hopkins University Press.
Nijkamp, P., Volkswagenstiftung., et al. (1990). Sustainability of urban systems: a cross-national evolutionary analysis of urban innovation. Aldershot; Brookfield, USA, Avebury.
Pacheco, M. (1992). "Recycling in Bogotà: developing a culture for urban sustainability." Environment & Urbanization 4(2): 74-79.
Perrings, C. and International Labour Office. (1996). Sustainable development and poverty alleviation in sub-Saharan Africa: the case of Botswana. New York, St. Martin's Press.
Platt, R. H., R. A. Rowntree, et al. (1994). The Ecological city: preserving and restoring urban biodiversity. Amherst, University of Massachusetts Press.
Portney, K. E. (2003). Taking sustainable cities seriously: economic development, the environment, and quality of life in American cities. Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press. [online]
Pugh, C. D. J. (1996). Sustainability, the environment and urbanization. London, Earthscan.
Pugh, C. D. J. (2000). Sustainable cities in developing countries: theory and practice at the millennium. London; Sterling, VA, Earthscan.
Rakodi, C. (1992). "Planning for sustainable urban development: cities and natural resource systems in developing countries." Third World Planning Review 14(4): 409-413.
Robins, N. and R. Kumar (1999). "Producing, providing, trading: Manufacturing industry and sustainable cities." Environment and Urbanization 11: 12.
Sassen, S. (2000). Cities in a world economy. Thousand Oaks, Calif., Pine Forge Press.
Serageldin, I., R. Barrett, et al. (1995). The business of sustainable cities: public-private partnerships for creative technical and institutional solutions. Washington, D.C., World Bank.
Simonds, J. O. (1994). Garden cities 21: creating a livable urban environment. New York, McGraw-Hill.
Singh, R. B. (2001). Urban sustainability in the context of global change: towards promoting healthy and green cities. Enfield, N.H., Science Publishers.
Smit, J. and J. Nasr (1992). "Urban agriculture for sustainable cities: using wastes and idle land and water bodies as resources." Environment & Urbanization 4(2): 141-152.
Smith, D. S. and P. C. Hellmund (1993). Ecology of greenways: design and function of linear conservation areas. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press.
Smith, M. P. (1989). Pacific rim cities in the world economy. New Brunswick (USA), Transaction.
Sorensen, A., P. Marcotullio, et al. (2003). Towards sustainable cities: East Asian, North American, and European perspectives on managing urban regions. Aldershot, Hants, England; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.
Stren, R. E., R. R. White, et al. (1992). Sustainable cities: urbanization and the environment in international perspective. Boulder, Colo., Westview Press.
Taylor-Ide, D. and C. E. Taylor (2002). Just and lasting change: when communities own their futures. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, in association with Future Generations.
Uhlir, P. F., United States. National Committee for CODATA., et al. (2003). Scientific data for decision making toward sustainable development: Senegal River Basin case study: summary of a workshop. Washington, D.C., National Academies Press.
Van der Ryn, S. and P. Calthorpe (1986). Sustainable communities: a new design synthesis for cities, suburbs, and towns. San Francisco, Sierra Club Books.
Walter, B., L. Arkin, et al. (1992). Sustainable cities: concepts and strategies for eco-city development. Los Angeles, CA, EHM Eco-Home Media.
Western Australian Planning Commission. (2000). Liveable neighbourhoods: a Western Australian Government sustainable cities initiative. Perth, W.A., Western Australian Planning Commission.
Wilkan, U. (1995). "Sustainable development in the mega-city: can the concept be made applicable?" Current Anthropology 36(4): 635-655.
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