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Stakeholder dialogues on sustainable development strategies : lessons, opportunities and developing country case studies

Author: D B Dalal-Clayton; Krystyna Swiderska; Stephen Bass; Aníbal Aguilar
Publisher: London : International Institute for Environment and Development, [2002]
Series: IIED environmental planning issues, no. 26.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Stakeholder dialogues on sustainable development strategies.
London : International Institute for Environment and Development, [2002]
(OCoLC)654552702
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D B Dalal-Clayton; Krystyna Swiderska; Stephen Bass; Aníbal Aguilar
ISBN: 1843692880 9781843692881
OCLC Number: 56378515
Notes: "November 2002."
"This book is a companion to two related documents: "Sustainable development strategies: a resource book" compiled by Barry Dalal-Clayton and Stephen Bass and "The Dac Guidelines: strategies for sustainable development" published by OECD."
Description: xii, 140 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
Series Title: IIED environmental planning issues, no. 26.
Other Titles: Sustainable development strategies : a resource book.
Dac Guidelines : strategies for sustainable development.
Responsibility: edited by Barry Dalal-Clayton, Krystyna Swiderska and Stephen Bass ; in association with Anibal Aguilar [and others].
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