- Language: English
- Published: June 2012
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Environmental Management in Developing Countries. Edition No. 1
- Published: March 2010
- 312 Pages
- VDM Publishing House
In developing countries, governments, companies and individuals tend to wait for environmental problems to occur before solutions are sort. This book presents major scientific approaches, theories, principles and concepts for the development of an opportunity and problem in context framwork for environmental management in developing countries. Major tools and approaches that can be used in environmental problem analysis and explanaton and also discover and realise opportunties for environmental management are also identified. Based on experience and theory, the author the presents a practical framework that will guide the design of solutions to environmental problems taking into acccount options identified through problem-based and opportunity-based approaches to jointly serve comprehensive objectives such as sustianability and effeciency.
David , Tsetse.
David holds BSC Honors in Geology-University of Ghana,Master of Science degree in Environmental Engineering-Technical University of Denmark,and PhD in Environment-Leiden University. David has over 12 years national and international experience in private and public sector. Since 2005 he has been working for United Nations Children's Fund