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Environmental Management and Sustainable Development of Cities: A Case Study of Ibadan, Nigeria

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Title: Environmental Management and Sustainable Development of Cities
Subtitle: A Case Study of Ibadan, Nigeria
Subject Classification: Built Environment, Sustainability
BIC Classification: RP, RNU, RN
BISAC Classification: POL002000, BUS072000, POL053000
Binding: Hardback, pp.(TBC)
Planned Publication date: Feb 2023
ISBN (printed book): 978-1-80441-072-1
ISBN (web pdf): 978-1-80441-073-8

Price: £79.99

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Description

This study contends that proper urban environmental management strategies are vital to the sustainable development of cities in any country. It demonstrates that cities as drivers of sustainable development can be positive forces in support of social equality, cultural vitality, economic prosperity and environmental sustainability. It takes a primary focus on Ibadan, Nigeria.

Most  cities in  sub-Saharan Africa have become badly degraded. Leaders and planners rarely fully grasp the meaning of the concept of sustainable development, and fail to combine their bids to achieve economic development with urban environmental management strategies. 

The book describes how reformation and transformation are still possible, in Ibadan and elsewhere, and discusses the Sustainable  Ibadan Project (SIP) as a methodology to turn Ibadan into a globally competitive and sustainable city. It will be of interest to urban planners worldwide, and to researchers and students of the Global South.

Biography

Author: Dr Soji Oyeranmi is a Postdoctoral Researcher with Professor Akin Alao of  the Department of History, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Nigeria. 

 

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