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Rio de Janeiro Low Carbon Citiy Development Program. Sebastian Scholz and Lorraine Sugar. Directions in Urban Development, World Bank. November 2012.

Guide to Climate Change Adaptation in Cities. World Bank.October 2012. (Includes Web Toolkit)

Cities and Climate Change: An Urgent Agenda. World Bank. December 2010.

Climate Finance in the Urban Context. Development, Climate and Finance Issue Brief #4. World Bank. November 2010.

Cover of Energy Efficient CitiesEnergy Efficient Cities: Assessment Tools and Benchmarking Practices. (pdf file) Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP). September 2010.

Cities and Climate Change Mitigation: Case Study on Tokyo's Emissions Trading System. Kyle Dupont, PADECO Co., Ltd. Commissioned by Urban Development and Local Government Unit, World Bank. May 2010.

Eco² Cities: Ecological Cities as Economic Cities. Hiroaki Suzuki, Arish Dastur, Sebastian Moffatt, Nanae Yabuki and Hinako Maruyama. World Bank. May 2010.

Tokyo's Emissions Trading CoverTokyo's Emissions Trading System: A Case Study. Marcus Lee and Kim Colopinto. Directions in Urban Development, World Bank. June 2010.

World Development Report 2010: Development and Climate Change. World Bank. 2010.

Mainstreaming Energy Efficiency Codes in Developing Countries: Global Experience and Lessons from Early Adapters. (pdf file) Feng Liu, Anke S. Meyer, John F. Hogan. Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP). 2010.

Climate Resilient Cities CoverClimate Resilient Cities: A Primer on Reducing Vulnerabilities to Disasters. Neeraj Prasad, Federica Ranghieri, Fatima Shah, Zoe Trohanis, Earl Kessler, Ravi Sinha. World Bank. February 2009.

Little Green Data Book 2009 (Focus pages on urbanization). World Bank. May 2009.

Make Money While Saving the World. Reproduced with permision from Water Environment & Technology, Vol. 19, No. 12, pp.46 to 53 (2007).

What a Waste: Solid Waste Management in Asia 1999. Hoornweg, D. with L. Thomas. Urban and Local Government Working Paper Series #1, World Bank, Washington, DC, 1999.

 




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