Urban agriculture: food, jobs and sustainable cities

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Content: urban agriculture Food, Jobs and Sustainable Cities 2001 Edition Appendix C Sources for Cases By: Jac Smit Joe Nasr Annu Ratta Published by: The Urban Agriculture Network, Inc. A Non-Profit, 501 (c)(3) Organization With the financial support and permission of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Notice: This document is available for downloading, copying, distribution and transmission. Any use must be attributed to: Jac Smit, Joe Nasr, and Annu Ratta, Urban Agriculture: Food Jobs and Sustainable Cities (2001 edition, published with permission from the United Nations Development Programme). Photos and figures have been left out at this time, but they may be added in the future.
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For those contacts whose full addresses are not listed below, their addresses may be found in Appendix F, Selected Resource People. Case 2.1 Chase, Arlen F. 1998. Planeacion Civica e Integracion de Sitio en Caracol, Belize. Los Investigadores De La Cultura Maya 6(1):27-44. Chase, Arlen F. and Diane Z. 1998. Scale and Intensity in Classic Period Maya Agriculture: Terracing and Settlement at the `Garden City' of Caracol, Belize. Culture And Agriculture 29:60-77 Pendergast, David M. 1981. Lamanai, Belize: Summary of Excavation Results, 19741980. Journal Of Field Archaeology 8:29-53. Contacts Elizabeth Graham, Institute of Archaeology, University College, London, UK Case 2.2 Stanhill, G. 1977. An Urban Agro-Ecosystem: The Example of Nineteenth-Century Paris. Agro-Ecosystems 3:269-284. Contact Professor Andrй Fleury, Ecole Nationale Supйrieure du Paysage, Versailles, France Case 2.3 Agence France Press. 1998. Jakarta Governor Says Poor Can Farm City Land. 6 Aug. FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization). 1988. Street Foods. Food and Nutrition Paper 46. Jogjakarta, Indonesia: FAO. Jakarta Municipal Department of Agriculture. 1988. Horticulture Division Annual Report. Jakarta: Municipal Department of Agriculture. Contacts Dr. Ny Ning Purnamohadi, PRSI, Kantor Menteri Negara Jalan, Mendeka Barat 15, Jakarta, Indonesia Erwina Darmajanti, Pan-Indonesia, Jalan. Perasch Raya No. 1, Palbatu Memeng Dalam, Jakarta, Indonesia. Case 2.4
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Sources for Cases Abdelwahed, Said I. (ed. and translator). 1999. Future of Urban Agriculture in Gaza. Proceedings of workshop, Gaza, 13-15 Sept 1998. Gaza: Palestinian Agricultural Relief Committees and Gaza Urban Agriculture Committee. Statement on the Gaza Urban Agriculture Committee. www.cityfarmer.org/GazaUrbA.html. Contacts Ahmed Sourani, Palestinian Agricultural Relief Committees, P.O. Box 225, Gaza, Palestine Bashar Ashour, Palestinian Hydrology Group, P.O. Box 449, Gaza, Palestine. Case 2.5 Mvena, Z.S.K., I.J. Lupanga, and M.R.S. Mlozi. 1991. Urban Agriculture in Tanzania: A Study of Six Towns. Draft paper, Department of Agriculture, Education and Extension. Morogoro, Tanzania: Sokoine University of Agriculture. UN Centre for Human Settlements. 1993. Sustainable Cities Programme, 1988 census, Dar es Salaam Environmental Profile. Nairobi: United Nations Centre for Human Settlements. Contacts Dr. Camillus J. Sawio, University of Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam Petra Jacobi, Urban Vegetable Promotion Project, Dar es Salaam Dr. Malongo Mlozi, Sokoine University, Morogoro, Tanzania Dr. Zebedato Mvena, Sokoine University, Morogoro, Tanzania Case 2.6 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact Jorge Zapp, consultant to UNDP, Bogotб, Colombia Case 2.7 Faludi, Andreas and Arnold van der Valk. 1996. Rule and Order: Dutch Planning Doctrine in the Twentieth Century. GeoJournal Library Series 28. Hingham, Massachusetts: Kluwer Academic. Contact ETC Foundation, P.O. Box 64, Leusden 3830 AB, Netherlands. Case 2.8 Frojmovic, Michel. 1996. Urban Agriculture in Canada: A Survey of Municipal Initiatives in Canada and Abroad. Cities Feeding People Report No. 16. (Ottawa, Ontario: International Development and Research Centre.
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www.cityfarmer.org. Contact Michael Levenston, CityFarmer BrendaLee Wilson, IDRC. [email protected] Case 2.9 Urban Agriculture Network case file HUFACAM. 1992. Proyecto Especial HUFACAM. Lima: HUFACAM. Note: HUFACAM has been closed down. Please contact the Ministry of Agriculture, Lima, Peru. Case 3.1 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact Harrington Jere, Human Settlements of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia Case 3.2 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contacts Camila Montecino and Rita Moya, Centre for Education and Technology (CET), Colina, Chile Case 3.3 Geoff Wilson. 1998. Urban Farming. Practical Hydroponics and Greenhouses May/June. Contact Geoff Wilson, Brisbane, Australia Case 3.4 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact Roberto S. Guevara, Urban Food Foundation, BPI Nursery Compound, Elliptical Road at Visayas and Dilliman, Quezon City, Philippines Case 3.5 Urban Agriculture Network case file Edwards, P. and R.S.V. Pullin (eds.). 1990. Wastewater-Fed Aquaculture. Proceedings of the International Seminar on Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse for Aquaculture, Calcutta, India, Dec 1988. Bangkok: Environmental Sanitation Information Centre, Asian Institute of Technology.
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Sources for Cases Department of Fisheries. 1988. Fisheries Development in West Bengal at a Glance. Calcutta: Government of West Bengal, Department of Fisheries. Pescod, M.B. 1992. Wastewater Treatment and Use in Agriculture. FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper 47. Rome: FAO, pp. 117-118 Giri, Pabitra. 1995. Urban Agriculture: Waste Recycling and Aquaculture in East Calcutta. Paper paper presented at the International Workshop on Urban Agriculture and Sustainable Environment, organized by the Centre for the Built Environment and TUAN, Calcutta, Dec. Ghosh, Dhrubajyoti. 1996. Municipal Wastewater Treatment and Recycling in City-Wide Wetlands: Lessons from Calcutta. Paper presented at the UNDP roundtable Cities for People in a Globalizing World, Marmaris, Turkey, Apr. Contacts Dr. Dhrubajyoti Ghosh, Calcutta Metropolitan Water and Sewer Authority, Calcutta, India Professor Christine Furedy, York University, Toronto, Canada Mr. Pabitra Giri, Centre for Urban Economic Studies, Calcutta University, Calcutta, West Bengal, 700 047, India Case 3.6 Bellows, Anne C. 1998. Gender, Utilitarianism and Poland: 100 Years of Women and Urban Agriculture. Women and Environments International 44/45:36-39 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact Anne Bellows, New Jersey, USA Case 3.7 Garnett, Tara. 1996. Growing Food in Cities: A report to Highlight and Promote the Benefits of Urban Agriculture in the UK. London: National Food Alliance and SAFE Alliance. Koon, Kathy. 1998. Food From the Hood, a Case Study. Unpublished paper. Contact The Food from the Hood, 5010 11th Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90043, USA. Case 3.8 Kaldjian, Paul. Forthcoming. Urban Agriculture and the Rural Hinterland: Food Security Alternatives in Istanbul. In Research in Middle East Economics (Hans Lцfgren, editor of special issue) . Kaldjian, Paul. 1997. Istanbul: Opportunities in Urban Agriculture Arid Lands Newsletter 42.
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Sources for Cases Contact Paul Kaldjian, Missouri Southern State College, Joplin, MO, USA Case 3.9 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact R. Montanez, Africare, Central & West Africa Division, 440 R Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006, USA. Case 4.1 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact Mildred Regis, CARE-Haiti, Port-au-Prince, Haiti Miradieu and Dieula Estinvil, ODEJHA-Depot, Delmas 31, Rue Maguana 40-C, B.P. 13202 Delmas, Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Case 4.2 Crouch, David and Colin Ward. 1988. The Allotment: Its Landscape and Culture. London and Boston: Faber & Faber. Garrett, Steven V. 1999. Report to the Comfood-l listserv. Tacoma, Washington. 7 Apr. Contact James Petts, SUSTAIN, London, UK Case 4.3 The Mega-Cities Project Inc. 1999. Environmental Innovations for Sustainable MegaCities: Sharing Approaches that Work. New York: The Mega-Cities Project. Contact Janice Perlman, The Mega-Cities Project, 300 Summit Street, Hartford, Connecticut 06106. [email protected] Case 4.4 Memo from Samina Raja to Jerry Kaufman and Martin Bailkey, reporting on visit to Village Farms, Buffalo, 1999. Contact Stuart Levy, consultant for the Buffalo economic development Renaissance Corporation, Arcade Complex, 617 Main Street, Buffalo, New York 14203, USA. [email protected] Case 4.5 Urban Agriculture Network case file.
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Sources for Cases Contacts Dr. Camillus Sawio, University of Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania L. Keith Lilley, UVPP, PO Box 31311, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. [email protected] Case 4.6 Konatй, Yacouba. 1987. Land Issues in the Peri-Urban Zone of Bamako, Mali: A Case Study of Kalabancoro. Food-Energy Nexus Programme. Paris: United Nations University. Diallo, S. and Y. Coulibaly. 1987. Les dйchets urbains en milieu dйmuni а Bamako. Food-Energy Nexus Programme. Paris: United Nations University. Case 4.7 Zhang, Z.S. 1990. Wastewater-Fed Fish Culture in China. In Wastewater-Fed Aquaculture (P. Edwards and R.S.V. Pullin, eds.). Bangkok: Asian Institute of Technology. Edwards, Peter. 1998. Wastewater-Fed Aquaculture: State of the Art. Keynote address to the International Conference on Ecological Engineering, Calcutta, Nov. Contact Peter Edwards, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand Case 4.8 Carter, E. Jane. 1993. The Potential of Urban Forestry in developing countries: A Concept Paper. Prepared on behalf of the Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, June. Contacts Jane Carter, Research Associate, rural development Forestry Network, Oversees Development Institute, London, UK Howard Dalziel, CONCERN, Dublin, Ireland. Case 4.9 Urban Agriculture Network case file Jimenez-Osornio, Juan J. et al. 1990. Past, Present and Future of the Chinampas. Maya Sustainability Report No. 1. Riverside, California: University of California. DePalma, Anthony. 1993. Mexico City Restoring Area Tilled by Aztecs. New York Times, 14 Sept., p. C4 Torres-Lima, Pablo, Beatriz Canabal-Cristiani, and Gilberto Burela-Rueda. 1994. Urban Sustainable Agriculture: The Paradox of the Chinampa System in Mexico City. Agriculture and human values 11(1):37-46. Contacts
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Alfonso Gonzбlez Martinez, Allende 7 Sta., Ursala Coapa, Mexico City D.F., Mexico 04650 Pablo Torres Lima, Universidad Autуnoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco, Mexico City, Mexico Case 4.10 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contacts Joe Nasr, TUAN, Washington, DC, USA Habib Debs, Atelier URBI, Achrafieh, Beirut, Lebanon. [email protected] Case 4.11 Urban Resources Systems. 1984. Urban Agriculture: Meeting Basic Needs for the Urban Poor. Prepared for UNICEF, Urban Examples for Basic Services Development in Cities (UE-9). New York: UNICEF. Contacts Dr. Isabel Wade, Urban Resources Systems, San Francisco, CAlifornia, USA Professor Josй Deanon, University of the Philippines, Los Baсos Mario Chanco, Earthmen Communications Foundation, PO Box 3427, Manila, Philippines. Fax 632-711-9053 Case 5.1 Malaysian Strait Times. 1993. The Good Gardener. 18 Aug. Contact Dr. Vu Quyet Thang, CRES, National University, 19 LeThanh Tong, Hanoi, Viet Nam. Case 5.2 Price, Martin L. 1990. A Special Expanded Issue on Rooftop Gardening. ECHO Development Notes 30. Center for Citizens Initiatives. 1994. The Agricultural Initiative. San Francisco: Center for Citizens Initiatives. Contacts Martin Price, Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization, North Fort Myers, Florida USA Will Easton, CCI Ag, Initiative Director, 3268 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, CA 94115, USA. Case 5.3 Urban Agriculture Network case file
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Bцhrt, Julio Prudencio. 1994. People's Hydroponics in Latin America. ILEIA Newsletter 10(4):13. Contacts Dr. Jorge Zapp, consultant to UNDP, Bogotб, Colombia Cesar Marulanda, consultant to UNDP, Managua, Nicaragua Case 5.4 Robson, Emma. 1991. Duckweed: A Lowly Plant Finds a Richer Role Cleansing Waste and Creating Protein. Source, Dec. Skillicorn, Paul, William Spira, and William Journey. 1993. Duckweed Aquaculture: A New Aquatic Farming System for Developing Countries. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Edwards, Peter. 1998. Wastewater-Fed Aquaculture: State of the Art. Keynote address to the International Conference on Ecological Engineering, Calcutta, Nov. Contacts William Journey, Aquasan, Fairfax, USA Peter Edwards, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand Case 5.5 Moscoso, Julio and Hugo L. Nava. 1990. Reuse of Treated Pond Effluents for Fish Culture in Lima, Peru. In Wastewater-Fed Aquaculture, Proceedings of the International Seminar on Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse for Aquaculture, Calcutta, India, Dec. 1988. Bangkok: Asian Institute of Technology. Bartone, Carl L. et al. 1985. Monitoring and Maintenance of Treated Water Quality in the San Juan Lagoons Supporting Aquaculture. Final Report of Phases I-II of the UNDP/World Bank/ GTZ Integrated Resource Recovery Project. Lima: Pan American Center for Sanitary Engineering and Environmental Sciences. Moscoso, Julio. 1999. Agricultural Use of Wastewater Treated in San Juan Stabilization Ponds, Lima, Peru. Lima: CEPIS. Contacts Carl Bartone, World Bank, Washington, DC Dr. Julio Moscoso Z., Aquacultura Servicios S.A Case 5.6 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact Dr. Zebadato S.K. Mvena, Sokoine University, Morogoro, Tanzania. Case 5.7
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Sources for Cases Ngoupayou, J.D. Ngou et al. 1995. Possibilitйs de dйveloppement de l'йlevage du cobaye en Afrique subsaharienne: le cas du Cameroun. World Animal Review 83(2):20-28. Case 5.8 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Mvena, Z.S.K. et al. 1991. Urban Agriculture in Tanzania: A Study of Six Towns. Draft, Department of Agricultural Education and Extension. Morogoro, Tanzania: Sokoine University, Oct. Contacts Dr. Zebedato S.K. Mvena, Sokoine University, Morogoro Dr. Camillo Sawio, University of Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Case 5.9 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact Jonathan Brown, Executive Director, CitySeeds, 70 Woodfin Place, Asheville, NC 28801. Case 5.10 Addey, Patrick. 1993. Growing the Food of the Gods: Ghana's Success in Mushroom Cultivation. Choices, Summer. Case 5.11 Annabel Biles. 1999. Trading Places: A Unique Trading Community Thrives on the Outskirts of Durban. Urban Age, Fall, p. 19. Case 5.12 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact Lyson Phiri, Africare, Lusaka, Zambia Case 6.1 Boissiиre, Thierry. 1999. Jardiniers et sociйtй citadine dans la vallйe de l'Oronte en Syrie centrale. Ph.D. thesis in ethnology. Lyon , France: Universitй Lumiиre. Contact Thierry Boissiиre, Universitй Lumiиre Case 6.2 Grцning, Gert. 1996. Politics of Community Gardening in Germany. Paper presented at the 1996 Annual Conference of The American Community Gardening Association, 26-29 Sept, Montreal, Canada
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Kinzer, Stephen. 1994. Dread of Builders in a City Woven with Gardens. New York Times, 18 Feb. Cooper, Christopher. 2000. Berliners' Melody: They Paved Paradise, Tore up a Garden Plot. Wall Street Journal, 30 Aug, p. A1. Contact Gert Grцning, FG Gartenkultur, FB 2, Hochschule der Kьnste, Berlin, Germany. Case 6.3 Undugu Society. 1993. Annual Report. Nairobi: Undugu Society. Mwangi, Alice Mboganie. 1995. The Role of Urban Agriculture for Food Security in Low Income Areas in Nairobi. Food and Nutrition Studies Program. Report No. 54. Nairobi: University of Nairobi. Contact Paterson Kuria-Gathuru, Undugu Society, PO Box 40417, Landries/Jojou Road,Nairobi, Kenya. Fax 2541-545-888 Case 6.4 Hawkins, J.N. 1981. Shanghai's Food System. Unpublished. Honghai, Deng. 1992. Urban Agriculture as Urban Food Supply and Environmental Protection Subsystems in China. Paper presented at the International Workshop on Planning for Sustainable Urban Development, Cardiff, UK, July. Urban Resources Systems. 1984. Urban Agriculture: Meeting Basic Needs for the Urban Poor. Prepared for UNICEF, Urban Examples for Basic Services Development in Cities (UE-9). New York: UNICEF. Young, Denise and Honghai Deng. 1998. Urbanisation, Agriculture and Industrialisation in China, 1952-91. Urban Studies 35(9):1439-1455. Case 6.5 Pro Huerta brochure, 1994 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contacts Daniel Norberto Diaz and Francisco D. Garra, INTA, Proyecto Pro Huerta/INTA, Alsina 1407, 2 Piso Of. 621, 1088 Buenos Aires, Argentina. Case 6.6 AVRDC progress report summaries. Contact Lowell Black, AVRDC, Taiwan (province of China) Case 6.7
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Urban Agriculture Network case file Urban Vegetable Promotion Project. 1995. ZOPP-5 planning workshop sponsored by the GTZ, Arusha, Tanzania, 28 Mar-1 Apr. Contacts Petra Jacobi, Urban Vegetable Promotion Project, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Rudy Schippers, NRI, Kent, United Kingdom. Case 6.8 Fisher, Andy. 1998. Past, Present, and Future of the CFSC. Unpublished paper, Oct. Articles in Community Food Security News, newsletter of the Community Food Security Coalition. Contact Andy Fisher, CFS Coalition, P.O. Box 209, Venice, CA 90294, USA. Case 7.1 Wheeler, Elizabeth Bone, Kaleitha Nathele Wiley, and Mark G. Winne. 1992. A Tale of Two Food Systems. In Context: A Journal of Hope, Sustainability, and Change 42:25-27 Nugent, Rachel. 1996. The Sustainability of Urban Agriculture: A Case Study of Hartford, Connecticut. Environmental Science and engineering Fellows Program 1996 Reports, p. 59-64. Contact Mark G. Winne, Executive Director, Hartford Food System Case 7.2 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact Manuel Orozco Ramos, P.E., HUFACAM, Ministry of Agriculture, Lima, Peru Lucila Alegre de la Cruz, Microenterprise Director, CARE International, Psje. Estados Unidos 131-A, 3er. Piso, Comas, Peru. Case 7.3 Florin, Bйnйdicte. 1997. Faire son jardin au Caire: Des espaces verts dans deux citйs de logement social. Les Annales de la Recherche Urbaine 74: 89-90. Contact Bйnйdicte Florin, Atelier Villes Marocaines, CESHS, 1, rue Annaba, Rabat, Morocco. Case 7.4 Urban Agriculture Network case file.
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Contact Michael Bassey, Rodale International, B.P. A237, Thies, Senegal. Case 7.5 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact Bob Sadino, Kem Chicks Homeshopping Centre, Kebayoran-Jakarta Selatan, Jakarta, Indonesia. Case 7.6 Rosset, Peter and Benjamin Medea. 1994. Two Steps Back, One Step Forward: Cuba's National Policy for Alternative agriculture. Gatekeeper Series No. 46. London: Sustainable Agriculture Program of the International Institute for Environment and Development. Chaplowe, Scott G. 1997. Havana's Popular Gardens: Sustainable Prospects for Urban Agriculture. Oakland, California: Food First. Contact Catherine Rosset, Institute for Food and Development Policy (Food First), 398 60th St., Oakland, CA 94618-1212, USA Maria Caridad Cruz Hernandez, Alcaldia de Cuenca, Sucre y Benigno Malo, Cuenca, Ecuador. Please use address in Appendix F. Case 7.7 Urban Agriculture Network case file Furedy, Christine and Dhrubajyoti Ghosh. 1993. Ecological Traditions and the Creative Use of Urban Wastes: Lessons from Calcutta. Paper presented at Ecological Aspects of Solid Waste Disposal, Hong Kong, Dec. Giri, Pabitra. 1995. Urban Agriculture: Waste Recycling and Aquaculture in East Calcutta. Paper presented at the International Workshop on Urban Agriculture and Sustainable Environment, organized by the Centre for the Built Environment and TUAN, Calcutta, Dec. Contact Christine Furedy, Urban Studies Programme, York University, Toronto, Canada. Case 7.8 Cran, Steve. 1993. Food for the Factory. Permaculture International Journal 48:28-29. Case 7.9 Haile Ferkete. 1991. Fuelwood from the Peri-Urban Plantations of Addis Ababa. In Haile Ferkete. 1991. Women Fuelwood Carriers in Addis Ababa and the Peri-Urban Forest. Geneva: International Labour Office.
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Case 7.10 Schteingart, Marta. 1986. Social Conflicts and Environmental Deterioration. Development: Seeds of Change 4:56-60. Kiepi, Kari. 1995. Report at a workshop on urban agriculture sponsored by the InterAmerican Development Bank and the World Bank, Washington, D.C., 26 June. Pezzoli, Keith. 1998. Human Settlements and Planning for Ecological Sustainability: The Case of Mexico City. Cambridge: MIT Press. Case 7.11 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact J.J. Ndebele, Town Clerk's Department, P.O. Box 591, Municipal Buildings, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Case 7.12 Urban Resources Systems. 1984. Urban Agriculture: Meeting Basic Needs for the Urban Poor. Prepared for UNICEF, Urban Examples for Basic Services Development in Cities (UE-9). New York: UNICEF. van der Bliek, Julie A. 1992. Urban Agriculture: Possibilities for Ecological Agriculture in Urban Environments as a Strategy for Sustainable Cities. Leusden, Netherlands: ETC Foundation. Robson, Emma. 1991. China's Centuries Old Recycling: Tradition Gears for the Future. Source Dec, pp. 6-11. Christine Furedy, personal communication, 1993. Case 7.13 National Research Council. 1993. Vetiver: A Thin Green Line Against Erosion. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. World Bank. 1990. Vetiver Grass: The Hedge Against Erosion. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Case 7.14 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact Joe Nasr, TUAN. Case 8.1 Trape, J. and A. Zoulani. 1987. Malaria and Urbanization in Central Africa: The Example of Brazzaville. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 81, Supplement 2:1-33, quoted in Martin Birley and Karen Lock. 1999. The Health Impacts of Peri-Urban Natural resource development. Liverpool: Liverpool School of Medicine.
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Sources for Cases Case 8.2 Drescher, Axel. 1994. Gardening on Garbage: Opportunity or Threat? ILEIA Newsletter Dec, pp. 20-21. Contact Axel Drescher, University of Freiburg, Germany Case 8.3 Bartone, Carl. 1994. Chile: Managing environmental problems. Economic Analysis of Selected Issues. Report 13061-CH, Environment and Urban Development Division. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Contacts Carl Bartone and Klas Ringskog, World Bank, Washington, D.C. Case 8.4 Goodman, Peter S. 1999. Series of articles. The Washington Post, 25 Feb-19 Mar. Case 9.1 Urban Agriculture Network case file Urban Resources Systems. 1984. Urban Agriculture: Meeting Basic Needs for the Urban Poor. Prepared for UNICEF, Urban Examples for Basic Services Development in Cities (UE-9). New York: UNICEF. Sanyal, B. 1985. Urban Agriculture: A Case Study of Lusaka. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 7(3):15-24. Contacts Axel Drescher, University of Freiburg, Germany Harrington Jere, Human Settlements of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia Carole Rakodi, University of Wales, Cardiff, United Kingdom Case 9.2 Pescod, M.B. 1992. Wastewater Treatment and Use in Agriculture. FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper 47. Rome: FAO. Case 9.3 Maxwell, Daniel G. 1996. Highest and Best Use: Access to Urban Land for SemiSubsistence Food Production. Land Use Policy 13(3):181-195. Contact Daniel Maxwell, Nairobi, Kenya Case 9.4 Urban Agriculture Network case file.
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Sources for Cases Contact Fiona Nunan, School of public policy, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK. Case 9.5 Agrotechnology Parks Singapore. 2000. Pamphlet, Ministry of National Development. Singapore: Primary Production Department. Agerbak, Linda. 1985. Agricultural Innovation in the City-State. Asia 2000, pp. 28-29. Chow, Leong Poo. 1985. Annual Report. Primary Production Division. Singapore: Agriculture Ministry. Case 9.6 Remenyi, Joe. 2000. Poverty Reduction and Urban Renewal through Urban Agriculture and Microfinance: A Case Study of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Paper presented at the International Symposium on Urban Agriculture and Horticulture: The Linkage with Urban Planning, Berlin, Germany, July. Contact Joe Remenyi, School for Australian and International Studies, Deakin University, Geelong, Victoria 3217, Australia. Case 9.7 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact Roberto S. Guevara, Urban Food Foundation, Quezon City, Philippines. Case 9.8 Urban Agriculture Network case file. Contact Isaac Akinyele, Food Basket Foundation, Ibadan, Nigeria
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