WHO/WSAVA guidelines to reduce human health risks associated with animals in urban areas
World Health Organization. Veterinary Public Health Unit & World Veterinary Association. World Small Animal Veterinary Association. (1981). WHO/WSAVA guidelines to reduce human health risks associated with animals in urban areas. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/66453
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Guidelines for city twinning produced for the SAVE II cycling project : In Tandem (Promotion of Energy-Efficient Personal Transport in a Network of European Cities) World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/01/5026807(A), 2001)The WHO Centre for Urban Health launched the In Tandem project (Promotion of Energy-efficient Personal Transport in a Network of European Cities), in cooperation with eight European cities. The overall aim of this project is to promote cycling in cities. It is partially funded by the Commission of the European Union DGTREN, Energy and Transport, under its SAVE programme to promote energy efficiency. During Phase II of the project, twinning exchanges between the partner cities were arranged. The aim of these exchanges was to develop or further ...