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Glaeser, Edward L.
Tall buildings are greener than sprawl, and they foster social capital and creativity. Yet some urban planners and preservationists seem to have a misplaced fear of heights that yields damaging restrictions. A strongly biased point of view from The Atlantic, February 2011
Spinelli, Giampiero
Recognizable places and reference points with identity, for the larger society. A preface to Caroline Simons’
Small Urban Spaces: Programming for Good Tot Lots Italian edition, Maggioli 2010
Khanna, Parag
Global cities dominate politics, economies, social change, the environment. The age of nations is over. The new urban age has begun. Foreign Policy, September-October 2010
MacGillis, Alec
Cities that shelled out big bucks to learn Richard Florida's prescription for vibrant urbanism are now hearing they may be beyond help.The American Prospect, January 4, 2010
Gruen, Victor
The cure for obsolescence – urban and suburban – is not remodelling of interiors and other makeshift devices. The cure is … An important article from the Harvard Business Review, November-December 1954
Just after First World War, “There is to be a maximum working week of forty-eight hours for the vast majority of working men who dwell in towns. Some will do nothing with it, or worse”. Why not dig an allotment? The Times, August 25, 1919
Quite idyllic description of the booming shopping centers industry at the beginning, in the heydays of the postwar suburban growth era. Time magazine, October 15, 1956
Feld, Rose C.
Shaping Future of World’s Greatest Municipal Centre Under Russel Sage Foundation – Transforming of Long New York Into Outlying Round New York. The New York Times, May 21, 1922
A very short anthology of just three articles from The New York Times: purchase, surveying, strategy and first results of a great plan for the grandmother of leafy contemporary suburbs
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Busicchia, Brigit
The future food supply system will need to be resilient in the face of uncertainty, be sustainable while meeting consumer expectations. The Conversation, July 22, 2011
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( 23.07.2011 12:24 )    
Godoy, Julio
In central Berlin and elsewhere neighbourhood gardens with the goal to provide locally produced organic vegetables to the people who live in the district and promote community work.Inter Press Service, July 21, 2011
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( 23.07.2011 12:00 )    
Kretschmer, Fabian; Kollenberg, Malte E.
Experts say that vertical farming could feed up to 10 billion people and make agriculture independent of the weather and the need for land. But they need a hue amount of energy. Der Spiegel International, July 22, 2011
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( 23.07.2011 11:02 )    
Goldenberg, Suzanne
The New York mayor is using a $50m gift to the Sierra Club to make the case against coal on public health grounds. The Guardian, July 22, 2011
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( 21.07.2011 12:59 )    
Blue, Elly
If you live in a neighborhood without stores or sidewalks or decent places to walk and you have bad knees, a bicycle can be the factor that makes life manageable. Grist, July 18, 2011
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( 21.07.2011 12:07 )    
Costello, Mary
Want to move house, save money, save the planet and stay fit all in one hit? Then consider moving house by bike. Sydney Morning Herald, July 19, 2011
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( 21.07.2011 10:57 )    
Rahim, Saqib
Millions of Californians want an alternative to sprawl, and SB375 could work in that direction, but will just building high-speed trains be enough? The New York Times, July 19, 2011
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in > Cities > Sprawling places

( 16.07.2011 13:17 )    
Rufus, Anneli
A new agricultural practice using materials salvaged from the urban-waste stream to grow organic produce that could be given away locally.The Huffington Post, July 12, 2011
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( 16.07.2011 12:42 )    
Chianello, Joanne
Growing cities can or cannot handle their own planning affairs? Council faces constant OMB land quandary.The Ottawa Citizen, July 13, 2011
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( 16.07.2011 11:48 )    
Bennett, Oliver
It's time to build up, not out: space-savvy homeowners are densifying neighbourhoods and changing the face of the urban extension. The Independent, July 15, 2011
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( 13.07.2011 12:32 )    
Neate, Rupert
Tesco's new superstore is bringing employment and investment to the run-down area of Liverpool, but some people don't like it. The Guardian, July 13, 2011
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( 13.07.2011 12:23 )    
Goodyear, Sarah
There could be myriad components of the urban experience that might or might not be bad for you from the point of your risk for mental illness. No one really knows. Grist, July 11, 2011
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( 13.07.2011 11:57 )    
Martin, Ellen James
Some pointers for those who have ample funds to choose between an urban and suburban neighborhood when shopping for a retirement property. Inside Bay Area, July 10, 2011
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MagicCity. In Manhattan, before and after the solstices at dusk, before sunset, the Sun neatly matches up with the even-numbered streets running west and east. The Independent, July 12, 2011
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( 06.07.2011 11:07 )    
Knoblauch, Jessica A.
Theme parks around the world are getting greener, reducing their footprints, saving energy, wasting less, offering healthy foods and so on. E environmental magazine, July 2011
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