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Towards community based indicators for monitoring quality of life and the impact of industry in south Durban

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This paper presents the findings of research carried out in residential communities adjacent to petrochemical and chemical industries in Durban, South Africa during January-March 1997. The purpose of the research was to begin the process of developing community based indicators for monitoring and evaluating industrial performance. This was done using a range of participatory methods with men and women in community groups, and was a part of a wider set of Local Agenda 21 activities within the city.

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Nurick, R., & Johnson, V. (1997). Towards community based indicators for monitoring quality of life and the impact of industry in south Durban. Environment and Urbanization, 10(1), 233–237. https://doi.org/10.1177/095624789801000110

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