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Martinez, Candace. .  "Informal Waste-Pickers in Latin America: Sustainable and Equitable Solutions in the Dumps."  in James A.F. Stoner, ed and Charles Wankel, ed.  Global Sustainability as a Business Imperative.  New York, NY:  Palgrave Sustainability through Business Series.
Medina, Martin. .  Informal Recycling and Collection of Solid Wastes in Developing Countries: Issues and Opportunities.  United Nations University.
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Medina, Martin. .  Waste Picker Cooperatives in Developing Countries.
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Millar, Kathleen Marie. .  Reclaiming the Discarded: The Politics of Labor and Everyday Life on Rio's Garbage Dump (Abstract).  Brown University.
Millar, Kathleen Marie. .  Reclaiming the Discarded: The Politics of Labor and Everyday Life on Rio's Garbage Dump.  Brown University.
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