Courses Catalogue

Environmental Planning And Development

COURSE CODE: ENV3208
COURSE CREDIT UNIT: 3
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Environmental Management, Bsc
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: School of Natural and Applied Sciences
STATUS: Core
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Required Readings

READING MATERIALS / LIST

 

1.      Bwana C. N (2005): “The Ecological Dimension of the conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo: A case study of the Hema-Lendu Conflict in Kibali Ituri province of Eastern Congo”, in Mukama (R) & Murindwa-Rutanga, Confronting Twenty-First Century Challenges, Faculty of Social Sciences, Makerere University.

2.      Therival Riki (2007), Methods of Environmental Impact Assessment, Kindle book

3.      Richard K. Morgan (1998), Environmental Impact Assessment: A Methodological Approach

4.      Commission on Global Governance (1995), Our Global Neighbourhood, New York: Oxford University Press.

5.      Connelly J. & Smith G. (1999), Politics and the Environment. From Theory to Practice, New York: Routledge.

6.      Davis K. & Bernstam M. (1991), Resources, Environment and Population: Present Knowledge, Future Options, New York: The Population Council.

7.      Driver C. (1990), People's Participation in the Environmental Projects in Developing Countries (Discussion Paper No.17), Leiden: IIED.

8.      Dryzek J.S & Schlosberg D (1998), Debating the Earth, New York: Oxford university Press.

9.      Durning A. (1989), Poverty and the Environment: reversing the downward spiral (World watch Papers 92), Washington: Worldwatch Institute.

10.  Ghai D. (1991), The IMF and the South. The Social Impact of Crisis and Adjustment, London: Zed Books.

11.  Ghimire K. (1991), Parks and People: Livelihood issues in National Parks Management in Thailand and Madagascar Discussion Paper No.29), Geneva: UNRISD.

12.  Goodland R, Daly H, El-Saraf S & Von Droste B (1991), Environmentally Sustainable Economic Development: Building on Brundtland, Paris: UNESCO.

13.  Hjort A. & Salin M. (1989), Ecology and Politics: environmental stress and security in Africa, Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies.