Published in: 2016
Institute for Sustainable Futures - University of Technology, Sydney
Cities are clear examples of complex and rapidly changing systems, particularly in countries where urban population growth and economic development continue apace, and where the socio-political context strongly influences the directions taken. The concept of double-loop learning can be usefully applied to city sanitation planning. This paper prompts practitioners, policy-makers and development agencies to reflect on their approaches to city sanitation planning and the assumptions that underlie them.
Authors: Kumi Abeysuriya (ISF), Antoinette Kome (SNV), Naomi Carrard (ISF), Pierre Mukheibir (ISF) and Juliet Willetts (ISF).
Please cite this document as: ISF-UTS & SNV (2016) ‘Are we doing the right thing? Critical questioning for city sanitation planning’. Prepared by Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney and SNV Netherlands Development Organisation.
ISF-UTS, SNV (2016). Are we doing the right thing? Critical questioning for city sanitation planning. Institute for Sustainable Futures - University of Technology, Sydney
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