Sustainable Cities Programme (SCP) Source Book Series

The SCP Source Book Series provides detailed operational guidance for the benefit of people implementing city-level projects within the Sustainable Cities Programme. Each volume in the Series covers either an important part of the SCP process or an important topic which is central to urban environmental planning and management. The volumes currently being produced (1999) include the following:

Volume 1 – Preparing the Environmental Profile (PDF) 101 pages

Volume 2 – Organising, Conducting and Reporting a City Consultation (PDF) 178 pages

Volume 3 – Establishing and Supporting the Working Group Process (PDF) 132 pages

Volume 4 – Formulating Issue-Specific Strategies and Action Plans (PDF) 117 pages

Volume 5 – Institutionalising the EPM Process (PDF) 81 pages

Volume 6 – Urban Air Quality Management Handbook (PDF) 55 pages

Volume 7 – Building Environmental Management Information Systems (PDF) 231 pages

Volume 8 – Integrating Gender Responsiveness in EPM (PDF) 169 pages

Volume 9 – Measuring Progress in EPM (PDF) 29 pages

The Sustainable Cities Programme (SCP) is a global programme of the United Nations Centre for Human Settlements (UNCHS – Habitat) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). It is one of the leading technical cooperation programmes in the field of urban environmental planning and management and is the principal activity of the United Nations system for operationalising sustainable urban development and thus contributing toimplementation of the globally-agreed Agenda 21 and Habitat Agenda.

In the Philippines, the SCP-LEPM programme was implemented in Cagayan de Oro City as well as in Tagbilaran City and Lipa City.

Manual (PDF) on Integrating LEPM into the Comprehensive Land Use Plan based on the Cagayan de Oro City experience has also been published.

Replication guidelines (PDF) have also been developed together with the Department of Interior and Local Government to guide local governments in replicating the programme.

Published by: The United Nations Centre for Human Settlements (UNCHS) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
Date published: September 23 1999
Publication type: Book Series (PDF)
Pages: 9 Volumes, 1093 pages

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