Organising Waste in the City (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
256
Utgivningsdatum
2013-05-30
Förlag
Policy Press
Medarbetare
Hall, Michael
Illustrationer
No
Dimensioner
236 x 157 x 20 mm
Vikt
522 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
452:B&W 6.14 x 9.21in or 234 x 156mm (Royal 8vo) Case Laminate on White w/Matte Lam
ISBN
9781447306375

Organising Waste in the City

International Perspectives on Narratives and Practices

Inbunden,  Engelska, 2013-05-30
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This book offers a critical perspective on the issue of organising waste in cities, which has often been positioned in terms of relatively narrow engineering, economic and physical science approaches. It emphasises the ways in which the notion of waste, and the narratives and discourses associated with it, have been socially constructed with corresponding implications for waste governance and local waste handling practices. Organising waste in the city takes a broad and international approach to the ways in which the issue of waste is framed, and brings together narratives from cities as diverse as Amsterdam, Bristol, Cairo, Gothenburg, Helsingborg and Managua. Organised into four main sections and with an integrative introduction and conclusion, the book not only provides new insights into the hidden stories of urban and municipal household solid waste and waste landscapes, but also connects concerns regarding urban waste to such issues as globalisation, governance, urban ecology, and social, economic and environmental justice.
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Mara Jos Zapata is Fellow in the Gothenburg Research Institute, School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg, and Service Management Department, Lund University, Sweden. She has published on waste, city management, development and tourism. Michael Hall is Professor in the Department of Management, University of Canterbury, New Zealand and Fellow, Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies, Germany. He has published widely on tourism, regional development and environmental change.

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Introduction: narratives of organizing waste in the city ~ Mara Jos Zapata and C. Michael Hall; Part I: Spaces, places and sites of waste in the city; The ecological and environmental significance of urban wastelands and drosscapes ~ C. Michael Hall; The function of urban waste infrastructures as heterotopias of the city: narratives from Gothenburg and Managua ~ Mara Jos Zapata; Part II: Global waste discourses and narratives shaping local practices; When clean and green meets the Emerald Isle: contrasting waste governance narratives in Ireland and New Zealand ~ Anna Davies; Waste in translation: global ideas of urban waste management in local practice ~ Patrik Zapata; Part III: Waste governance and management practices; Governance in a bottle ~ Dario Minervini; Hybrid organisations in waste management: public and private organisations in a deregulated market environment ~ Philip Marcel Karr; Waste management companies: critical urban infrastructural services that design the socio-materiality of waste ~ Herv Corvellec and Johan Hultman; Part IV: Waste and environmental, economic and social justice; Cairos contested waste: Zabaleens local practices and privatization policies ~ Wael Fahmi and Keith Sutton; Ecomodern discourse and localized narratives: waste policy, community mobilization and governmentality in Ireland ~ Liam Leonard; Waste collection as an environmental justice issue: a case study of a neighbourhood in Bristol, UK ~ Karen Bell and David Sweeting; Conclusions: framing the organizing of waste in the city ~ C. Michael Hall and Mara Jos Zapata.