J Elaine Borton

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This paper examines the co-ordination strategies developed to respond to the Great Lakes crisis following the events of April 1994. It analyses the different functions and mechanisms which sought to achieve a co-ordinated response--ranging from facilitation at one extreme to management and direction at the other. The different regimes developed to(More)
Creative ways must be found to engage both community residents and political leaders around policy and environmental solutions to public health issues. Photovoice is a community-based, participatory approach to documentary photography that provides people with training on photography, ethics, critical discussion, and policy advocacy. Photovoice projects(More)
Since 1991 the international relief system has been undergoing a process of rapid and fundamental change associated with the end of the Cold War period. The principal changes concern (i) the international community's approach to national sovereignty and the 'right' of armed intervention in support of humanitarian objectives, and (ii) organisatwnal changes(More)
Monitoring and enforcement are an important part of any environmental regulatory regime, and the costs of such regulatory actions should be justified by improvements in environmental performance. However, the literature has not studied the impact of monitoring and enforcement actions on emissions of criteria pollutants, which are commonly found air(More)
Following a proposal made by Sweden at a meeting of the EC Humanitarian Aid Committee (HAC) in May 2003, a group of representatives of donor organisations agreed to undertake a collaborative evaluation process focussing on the theme of and the collaborative response, and when does the need for assistance end? These critical issues are discussed in detail in(More)
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