Environmental Health Update – May 23, 2003

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Below are links to recently published environmental health articles and reports. Click on underlined text for the complete article or report.

News

  • Soap the key to combat ‘liquid killers’
    BBC, UK – May 21, 2003: Cholera has again become a prominent issue in global health affairs because it has flared up in the city of Basra in southern Iraq, in no small part because of        

Online Journals

Environment and UrbanizationVol 15, No 1, April 2003 – Contact the EHP Library to request pdf versions of articles from the April 2003 issue. Selected articles in this issue include:

  • Opportunities for managing solid waste flows in the peri-urban interface of Bamako and Ouagadougou
  • Decentralized wastewater management in peri-urban areas in low-income countries
  • Empowering communities in the peri-urban areas of Colombo
  • Participatory action planning in the peri-urban interface: the twin city experience, Hubli-Dharwad, India
  • From everyday hazards to disasters: the accumulation of risk in urban areas

 Abstracts of Recent Studies 

Online Reports

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