Agrochemicals, health and environment: directory of resources


Advocacy and community participation

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    Bartlett A, Bijlmakers H. Did you take your poison today? Bangkok, IPM DANIDA/Thailand, 2003.
    http://www.ipmthailand.org/documents/Your_poison_today_(English).pdf
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    Budiyanto N. Participatory ecology training: a field guide for IPM training. FAO Programme for Community IPM in Asia, 2000.
    http://www.communityipm.org/docs/Ecology%20Guide/ecology%20guide.html
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    Childhood pesticide poisoning: information for advocacy and action. Geneva, Chemicals Programme of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP Chemicals), 2004.
    http://www.who.int/ceh/publications/en/pestpoisoning.pdf
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    Community integrated pest management. Nongovernmental organization site originally created as an activity of the FAO Programme for Community IPM in Asia, now maintained by the Field Alliance, a partner organization supporting sustainable agriculture.
    http://www.communityipm.org/about-this-site.htm
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    DETOX Campaign. A campaign to protect people and wildlife from toxic chemicals. World Wildlife Fund.
    http://www.panda.org/campaign/detox/how_you_can_help/
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    Escalada MM, Heong KL. The case of using mass media: communication and behavior change in resource management. Paper presented at the 4th International Crop Science Congress, Brisbane, Australia, 2004.
    http://www.regional.org.au/au/cs/2004/symposia/4/2/356_escaladam.htm
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    Fakih M et al. Community integrated pest management in Indonesia: institutionalising participation and people centered approaches. London, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and Institute for Development Studies (IDS), 2003.
    http://www.iied.org/docs/sarl/comm_pestmgmt_indo.pdf
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    Global IPM Facility. Links to resources for farmer field schools, training, capacity building, and community-based activity associated with integrated pest management; as well as to information on pesticides and related databases. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations/United Nations Development Programme/United Nations Environment Programme/World Bank.
    http://www.fao.org/ag/AGP/AGPP/IPM/gipmf/index.htm
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    Issue brief series: chemicals. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO), Healthy Environments for Children Alliance.
    http://www.who.int/heca/infomaterials/en/chemicals.pdf
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    Issue brief series: pesticides. Geneva, World Health Organization, Healthy Environments for Children Alliance (HECA).
    http://www.who.int/heca/infomaterials/en/pesticides.pdf
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    Pesticides, poverty and food security: key findings from case studies of pesticide dependence among African smallholders. London, Pesticide Action Network UK, 2002.
    http://www.pan-uk.org/briefing/PPandFS.pdf
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    Pesticides in water: costs to health and the environment. London, Pesticide Action Network, 2000 (Briefing Paper 1).
    http://www.pan-uk.org/briefing/water.pdf
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    Pound B et al., eds. Managing natural resources for sustainable livelihoods: uniting science and participation. Ottawa, International Development Research Centre, 2003.
    http://web.idrc.ca/openebooks/071-3/
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    Wesseling C. Dangerous pesticide use in Central America – wanted: a new approach. Pesticides News, 2001, 54:12-14
    http://www.pan-uk.org/pestnews/pn54/pn54p12.htm
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    What's left to eat. Ecohealth, environmental change and our health. Science-based information for students and teachers on environment and health issues. University of Wisconsin, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and the World Health Organization/Pan American Health Organization.
    http://www.ecohealth101.org/whats_left/index.html
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    Williamson S. Economic costs of pesticide reliance. Pesticides News, 2003, 61:3–5.
    http://www.pan-uk.org/pestnews/pn61/pn61p3.htm
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