Human Settlements Discussion Paper – Climate Change 2
This was prepared as a background paper for the work on Adapting Urban Centres to Climate Change in Low and Middle-income Nations with a strong pro-poor focus that IIED’s Human Settlements Group is undertaking for the World Bank.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr. Sheridan Bartlett works primarily in Asia on issues pertaining to children and their environments, providing support to various organizations, currently including Save the Children, SPARC, and the Aga Khan Foundation. She is an Associate Fellow in the Human Settlements Group at the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and a Research Associate at CERG (the Children’s Environments Research Group at The Graduate Center, City University of New York). She has publications on a range of topics as they relate to children (including disaster relief, local governance, the conflict in Nepal, donor assistance, injury and environmental rights), and was principal author of Cities for Children: Children's Rights, Poverty and Urban Management, Earthscan, London, 1999. She is on the Editorial Board of the international journal Environment and Urbanization and is an associate editor ofthe journal Children, Youth and Environments.
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NB This is a draft paper; the final version will be published as an IIED Human Settlements Discussion Paper in mid 2008 and be available at www.iied.org for downloading, at no charge. A shorter version of this paper will be published in the October 2008 issue of Environment and Urbanization.