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UGEC Viewpoints I No. 2 I September 2009 I www.ugec.org
Table of Contents
Introduction to the Issue
Reexamining the Capacity of Cities as
Agents of Global Environmental Change:
The Case of Delhi
Social Relations in the Waste Waterscapes:
The Case of Delhi's Informal Settlements
Politics of Space in the Megacity Dhaka:
Negotiation of Rules in Contested Urban Arenas
Benjamin Etzold & Markus Keck
Urban Governance and Modern Challenges:
Evaluating Urban Water Services
Landscape Fragmentation under
Abigail M. York, Sainan Zhang, Christopher G. Boone,
Hierarchy of Urban Areas in the Brazilian
Amazon and Its Environmental Implications
Gilvan Guedes, Sandra Costa, Eduardo Brondfzio
Urban Transitions for Progressive Climate
Proofing: Mexico's Caribbean Coast
Mark Pelling, David Manuel-Navarrete,
Managing City Growth and Development in
the Context of Environmental Changes within
Urban Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate
Change: Key Issues and Challenges for Nigeria
Chronic Vulnerability in Niger Republic: A Chal-
lenge to Urbanization
About the UGEC Project
About the Global Institute of Sustainability
Urbanization: a Critical Human Dimension of Global Environmental Change 3
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