Climate Change
Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang
Climate Change
Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang

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Urban waste management as if people matter

 

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Partnerships for solid waste management in developing

countries: linking theories to realities

 

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Research on solid waste management system

 

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Stakeholder participation for sustainable waste management

 

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Household solid waste characteristi

 

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Municipal solid waste managementnext term challenges

 

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Making the right choice for waste management

in developing countries

 

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Techno-economic assessment of municipal solid

waste management in Jordan

 

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Environmental and economic analyses of waste management solid

 

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Greening the Industrial Facility

 

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People as partners Facilitating people's participation

 

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Sustainability Potential Analysis (SPA) of landfill

 

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A system dynamics approach for hospital

 

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Role of informal sector recycling in waste management in

developing countries

 

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Seeking common ground for people: Livelihoods,

governance and waste

 

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Waste Management

 

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The First National Communication on Climate Change Convention

 

 

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Neighbourhood-based waste management: A solution for solid

waste problems in Jakarta, Indonesia

 

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Practical Handbook of Material Flow Analysis

 

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BREF waste treatment industries

 

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Changes in Atmospheric Constituents

and in Radiative Forcing

 

 

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Assessment of economic viability of solid waste service provision

in small settlements in developing countries: Case study Rosetta, Egypt

 

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Solid waste collection by the private sector: Households’

perspective—Findings from a study in

Dar es Salaam city, Tanzania

 

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