Taking action : an environmental guide for you and your community
Examines how certain groups can take practical action to address environmental problems and establish sustainable relationships with the natural world, in order to help governments achieve their national goals of sustainable development.
Print Book, English, 1995
UNEP, Nairobi, 1995
xvi, 229 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Part 1 The foundation for sustainable action: the global environment; the global economy; the role of communities; organizing for community action; the community toolbox. Part 2 Challenge and opportunities: population and consumption; energy; waste; the atmosphere; biodiversity; freshwater resources; oceans and coasts; forests; agriculture and land use; desertification.
Written for individuals, community groups & NGOs