- Author:Melissa Leach,Ian Scoones
- Publisher:Demos; First Edition edition (June 19, 2006)
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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Melissa Leach, Ian Scoones.
Melissa Leach, Ian Scoones.
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The Slow Race: Making technology work for the poor. STEPS towards better development by Mark Tran, The Guardian. IDS Profile for Ian Scoones. By Melissa Leach, Ian Scoones (2006) Demos pamphlet ISBN 1-84180-162-3. More STEPS Centre publications. Path-finder by Andrew Lee, The Engineer, 2007. Melissa Leach: Village voice. To know what's happening around the world, you must ask the locals by Jessica Shepherd, The Guardian. Perspectives by Priya Shetty, The Lancet, Jun 2008. ^ Building genuine pathways to a more secure future, ESRC Today.
The slow race: Making science and technology work for the poor. Reforming the global food and agriculture system: Towards a questioning agenda for the New Manifesto (STEPS Working Paper 26). Shit matters: The potential of community-led total sanitation. E Millstone. Dynamic Sustainabilities: Technology, Environment, Social Justice.
The STEPS Centre (Social, Technological and Environmental Pathways to Sustainability) is an interdisciplinary . The Slow Race: Making technology work for the poor. By Melissa Leach, Ian Scoones (2006) Demos pamphlet.
The Centre brings together development studies with science and technology studies and was launched at Portcullis House in London on 25 June 2007 The Slow Race: Making technology work for the poor.
Melissa Leach and Ian Scoones, The Slow Race (Demos paper), 2006. The financial and time commitment for the Summer School are still a barrier for some. The STEPS E-learning platform, launched this year, includes a ‘Pathways to Sustainability’ online course.
Carbon emissions are increasing (Met Office, 2009). Demos: London (with Melissa Leach) (2006). Strategies for the Sustainable Use of Fadama Lands in Northern Nigeria. ed. with Kolawole, . M. Awogbade, J. Voh). CSER, Zaria, Nigeria (1994). Range Ecology at Disequilibrium. New Models of Natural Variability and Pastoral Adaptation in African Savannas. with R. Behnke and C. Kerven). Overseas Development Institute, London (1993).
James Fairhead, Melissa Leach, Ian Scoones (ed., Green Grabbing: A New Appropriation of Nature (Routledge, 2013). Melissa Leach and Ian Scoones (2006) 'The Slow Race: Making Technology Work for the Poor', London: Demos. James Fairhead, and Leach, M (2003) Science, Society and Power: Environmental Knowledge and Policy in West Africa and the Caribbean, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Melissa Leachand Robin Mearns (1996) The Lie of the Land: Challenging Received Wisdom on the African Environment, London: James Currey (another contributor was Allan Hoben).