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Kitakyushu Model Subsector : Interplay between Solid Waste and Urban Flood Risk (English)

The Kitakyushu Model is a methodology developed in Kitakyushu City, Japan to provide appropriate solutions for environmental challenges to pursue sustainable urban development. It strives to be a methodology that allows cities to easily apply sustainability more broadly and in a holistic fashion, beyond isolated projects and individual advice. The objective of this piece is to enhance the current Kitakyushu Model by adding a subsector on the linkage between solid waste management and disaster risk management, particularly flood events.

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Okazawa,Yuko Levine,Daniel

Kitakyushu Model Subsector : Interplay between Solid Waste and Urban Flood Risk (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/455461541693968319/Kitakyushu-Model-Subsector-Interplay-between-Solid-Waste-and-Urban-Flood-Risk