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Sustainability Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa II : Insights from Eastern and Southern Africa (1st ed. 2020)

By: Ahmed, Abubakari(Edited by) Fukushi, Kensuke(Edited by) Gasparatos, Alexandros(Edited by) Karanja, Alice(Edited by) Naidoo, Merle(Edited by) Saito, Osamu(Edited by) Takeuchi, Kazuhiko(Edited by)

Part of the Science for Sustainable Societies series
9811553572 / 9789811553578
Hardback
05/10/2020
Published 05/10/2020
Singapore
155 x 235 mm 262 pages, 70 Tables, color; 25 Illustrations, color; 10 Illustrations, black and white; XI, 262 p.
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The aim of this two-volume book series is to highlight some of the most pervasive sustainability challenges that Sub-Saharan Africa faces.

The two volumes contain 20 chapters that illustrate very diverse sustainability challenges throughout the continent, adopting interdisciplinary and problem-oriented research approaches, and methods from the natural and the social sciences.

The very diverse case study chapters are put into perspective with chapters that introduce key sustainability challenges using a regional focus.

Through this multi-scale and interdisciplinary approach the two volumes provide an authoritative source about the major sustainability challenges in the continent, and how to mobilise such perspectives to develop appropriate solutions.

The two volumes have a uniquely broad focus that fills a major gap in the emerging Sustainability Science scholarship.

Parts I-II highlight specific case studies on major sustainability challenges from Eastern and Southern Africa.

Part III synthesizes the main lessons learnt from the chapters in the two edited volumes.

BIC:

RNF Environmental management, RNU Sustainability

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