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Modified on 2015/05/22 11:05 by Sean Zheng Paths: Read in Order Categorized as Chapter 2 - Environment
Desai, Manish A., Sumi Mehta and Kirk R. Smith (2004). Indoor Smoke from Solid Fuels: Assessing the Environmental Burden of Disease at National and Local Levels. Environmental Burden of Disease Series, No. 4. Geneva: World Health Organization.

Ezzati, Majid, and others, eds. (2004). Comparative Quantification of Health Risks: Global and Regional Burden of Disease Attributable to Selected Major Risk Factors. Geneva: WHO.

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (2008). Household behaviour and the environment: reviewing the evidence. Paris

Singh, Ashbindu, Jenny Svensson and Janet Kabeberi-Macharia (2010). Gender-disaggregated data for assessing the impact of climate change. In Gender and Climate Change: an introduction, Irene Dankelman, ed. London: Earthscan.

United Nations (2010). The World’s Women 2010: Trends and Statistics. Series K, No. 19. Sales No. E.10.XVII.11.

____                 (2011). The Millennium Development Goals Report 2011. Sales No. E.11.I.10.

____                 , Commission on the Status of Women (2002). Agreed conclusions on environmental management and the mitigation of natural disasters. Official Records of the Economic and Social Council, 2002, Supplement No. 7 (E/2002/27 – E/CN. 6/2002/13), chap. I, section A, draft resolution III, section B.

United Nations Development Programme (2011). Human Development Report 2011: Sustainability and Equity - A Better Future for All. New York.

United Nations Environment Programme (2005). Mainstreaming Gender in Environmental Assessment and Early Warning. Nairobi.

____                   (2007). Gender mainstreaming among environment ministries: Government survey 2006. Nairobi.

____                   (2012). Global Environment Outlook 5 : Environment for the Future We Want. Nairobi.

World Health Organization (2006). Fuel for Life: Household Energy and Health. Geneva.

____                  (2009). Global Health Risks: Mortality and Burden of Disease Attributable to Selected Major Risks. Geneva.

World Health Organization/United Nations Children’s Fund Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (2010). Progress on Sanitation and Drinking Water: 2010 Update. Geneva and New York: World Health Organization and United Nations Children’s Fund.

___                 _(2011). Drinking Water: Equity, Safety and Sustainability. New York and Geneva: United Nations Children’s Fund and World Health Organization.

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