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Nevertheless, much professional work of interest has been taking place in Latin America, where the problems of the urban environment have been identified early and considered major difficulties in the development of this heavily urbanised region.

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18. Hoornweg D, Thomas L (1999) What a waste: solid waste management in Asia. Urban Development Sector Unit East Asia and Pacific Region, The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/THE WORLD BANK, WashingtonGoogle Scholar. 19. Schubeler P, Wehrle K, Christen J (1996) Conceptual framework for municipal solid waste management in low income countries.

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Sustainable Urban Development Sustainable Urban Development Volume 2: The Environmental Assessment Methods offers cont. Market Economy and Urban Change: Impacts in the Developing World. Market Economy and Urban Change: Impacts in the Developing World Dedicated to Cedric Pugh Market Economy and Urban.

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Over the next thirty years, most of the world’s population growth will occur in cities and towns of poor countries (1). Even while population growth rates in Asia, for instance, are falling dramatically, the region will see an absolute increase of nearly a billion people over the next three decades –growth concentrated mostly in urban areas (2). In Africa, the urbanization process. also is occurring apace.

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