Case study of environmental projects in developing countries
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© 2015, Springer International Publishing Switzerland. Management of environmental projects in developing countries in terms of pollution restoration and reuse of industrial wastes are sufficiently different to warrant the inclusion of a chapter in a book on environmental project management.The type and size of challenges and the environment in which they are applied are different.So also is the resources that are employed, and the way the projects are funded.The chapter first reviews some of the main issues that contribute to the distinctive nature of developing countries and how these affect their environmental protection/remediation as well as waste reduction projects.
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