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State of Latin American and Caribbean cities. Towards a new urban transition


rapport Oct 2012 ; 194 pages
Ed. UN-Habitat - Nairobi
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Abstract:
This edition of State of Latin American and Caribbean cities presents the current situation of the region's urban world, including the demographic, economic, social, environmental, urban and institutional conditions in which cities are developing. Chapter 4.1 addresses the issue of access to water and sanitation, conditions under which services are being provided and water management concerns. The issue of the human right to water and sanitation is addressed in the last part of the chapter.
Contents:
CHAPTER 1 Population and urbanization . 17
1.1 D ecelerating population and urban growth . 18
1.2 N ew migration patterns . 22
1.3 I mportance of secondary cities 25
1.4 Patterns of urban growth . 32
CHAPTER 2 Economic development and equality 39
2.1 E conomic performance and poverty . 40
2.2 C ities, economic engine and space for opportunities 50
CHAPTER 3 Housing, public spaces and living together 61
3.1 H ousing 62
3.2 Public spaces 70
3.3 Living together and security 75
CHAPTER 4 Basic urban services . 79
4.1 Water and sanitation . 80
4.2 Urban solid waste . 94
4.3 Urban Mobility 99
CHAPTER 5 The environment and risk management . 111
5.1 C ities and their Environment . 112
5.2 C limate change . 116
5.3 N atural hazards and risk management . 121
CHAPTER 6 Urban Governance . 131
6.1 D emocratic Consolidation . 132
6.2 F iscal and Administrative Decentralization . 137
6.3 N ew Forms of Urban Governance 145

Mots clefs:

Amérique latine (DT) (OP) , prospective (DT) (OP) , urbain (DT) (OP)

Editeur/Diffuseur:

UN-Habitat - United Nations Human Settlements Programme - Nairobi - Kenya
    

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