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close this bookCities and the Environment (UNU, 1999, 343 p.)
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Tables

3.1 The scale of urban problems

3.2 Estimated GDP of selected urban areas as percentage of national GDP

6.1 Selected environmental groups in Singapore

14.1 Sulphur emission and deposition, Japan and eastern China

14.2 Emission reduction costs of "strong cooperation" and "without cooperation" options.

14.4 Cost of damage due to acidification, Chongquing City, China, 1992

16.1 Distribution of government expenditure, selected countries

Figures

3.1 The environmental Partnership Continuum

9.1 Destructive earthquakes associated with the Philippine Fault Zone

11.1 Large cistern with overflow to pond and seepage

11.2 Combined rainwater storage with separate overflow volume for seepage and delayed drainage to the sewer

11.3 Operating water distribution between Japan and eastern China

14.1 Sulphur emission and deposition between Japan and eastern China

14.2 Emission and deposition budget of sulphur in Japan and eastern China

14.3 Conceptual diagram illustrating economic rationality of Joint Implementation (in case of transboundary pollutants reduction)

14.4 Sulphur deposition in Japan and eastern China, "wait-and-see" option