Published in: 2016
Institute for Sustainable Futures - University of Technology, Sydney
Freya Mills (Freya)
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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