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Title: Good choices make healthy homes: Reflections on sustainable human settlements in SA
Authors: Leuta, T
John, J
Wright, C
Keywords: Sustainable human settlements
Healthy homes
Human settlements
Housing standards
Sustainable housing
Issue Date: Feb-2012
Publisher: Malnor
Citation: Leuta, T, John, J and Wright, C. 2012. Good choices make healthy homes: Reflections on sustainable human settlements in SA. Government Digest, vol. 31(7), pp 26
Series/Report no.: Workflow;8347
Abstract: According to a World Health Organisation (WHO) survey, scientific evidence on the associations between housing and health has grown over recent years. In spite of this knowledge, housing and construction standards are still governed by technical issues, rather than human issues, resulting in “sustainable housing” being informed by technological rather than health rationales.
Description: Copyright: 2012 Malnor
URI: http://www.malnormags.co.za/past%20issues/goverment%20digest/Pdf/GD-Feb-2012.pdf
http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5791
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