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Equity and sustainable development : reflections from the U.S.-Mexico border.
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La Jolla, Calif.
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1878367544
 
9781878367549
 
1878367552
 
9781878367556
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In light of the power strategies in play in the new geopolitics of economic and ecological globalization, there is a need for critical analysis of how the agenda of sustainable development is being conceived, shaped, and implemented. This volume considers issues of equity and development in the US-Mexico border regionand highlights the fact that regions at the juncture of the industrial and developing worlds most clearly illustrate the problems inherent in current economic paradigms.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
INTRODUCTION.
Testing the Limits of Equity and Sustainable Development in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands—the Editors.
The Johannesburg Summit: Implications for the Americas—E. Leff.

EQUITY AND URBANIZATION ON THE BORDER: PROSPECTS FOR SUSTAINABLE CITY-REGIONS.
Toward Sustainable Development in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region—J. Friedmann.
Rethinking Urban Ecologies: Cultural Barriers to Sustainable Development? —L.A. Herzog.
Cross-Border Regionalism and Sustainability: Contributions of Critical Regional Ecology—K. Pezzoli.

POVERTY, VULNERABILITY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT.
Urban Structure and Social Segregation in Tijuana—T. Alegría.
Counting the Environment In: Considerations of the Risk of Hazardous Maquiladora Waste—K. Kopinak.
Social Vulnerability and Disaster Risk in Tijuana: Preliminary Findings—N.L. Bringas Rábago and R. Sánchez R.
Environment, Poverty, and Gender: Using and Managing Environmental Resources in a Tijuana Colonia—R. Gaxiola Aldama.

CIVIL SOCIETY IN ACTION IN THE BORDER REGION.
Acquiring Knowledge and Improving Environmental Policy: A Binational Agenda for Civic Organizations—B. Verduzco Chávez.
Environmental Justice and Border Tribes: The Case of San Diego County —M.C. Miskwish.
Youth and Education for Sustainability on the Border: Imagining the Future Citizens of Baja California—A. Monsiváis and L. Silván.
NGOs, Environment, and Gender in Tijuana—S. López Estrada.
Accessible Information Technology for Equitable Community Planning—A.H. Lam, L.M. Norman, and A.J. Donelson.

CONCLUSIONS AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS.
Cross-Border Regional Policy Collaboration: Lessons from San Diego-Tijuana—J. Clough-Riquelme.
Equity and Justice in Binational Environmental Policy—S.P. Mumme.
Looking Ahead: Equity in the U.S.-Mexico Border—R.L. Bach.