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Unpublished Data from Various Internal Reports. Anomanyo, E. D. (2004) Integration of Municipal Solid Waste Management in Accra (Ghana): Bioreactor Treatment Technology as an Integral Part of the Management Process. Dissertation. Lund University, Sweden. pdf>. ; Yanful, E. ; & Amponsah, S. (2009). Comparison of Municipal Solid Waste Management Systems in Canada and Ghana: A Case Study of the Cities of London, Ontario and Kumasi, Ghana. Waste Management, Vol. 29, No. 2, pp. 779-786. Asomani-Boateng, R.

Thus the quality of lifestyles and the values of a society should not be compromised in a bid to satisfy some other environmental or economic aspirations. If social sustainability is violated, the reactions of citizens, communities and governments toward an otherwise well-intended environmental or developmental initiative are negative and uncooperative (Cox and Ziv, 2005). This is supported by the maxim that says “people do not resist change; they only 36 Integrated Waste Management – Volume I resist being changed”.

Among many revelations, people began to understand what participation in local politics meant, how they could articulate their opinion in the local political arena, or how they were able to veto certain undesired decisions in regional and municipal level. Although transition in Central and Eastern European countries happened with different pace and intensity, Hungary definitely was one of the countries that adopted the new institutions the most rapidly at the beginning of the political transformation.

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