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The international window

( 13.04.2011 11:12 )    
Doward, Jamie; Pemberton, Justine
Migrant communities are on the move, driven by rising affluence and aspirations. Now other arrivals are beginning the process of establishing themselves. The Observer, April 10, 2011
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( 11.04.2011 22:30 )    
Bula, Frances
In Vancouver more and more suburban residents live in dense mixed use developments of apartments, rowhouses, townhouses and towers.The Globe and Mail, April 9, 2011
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Buyers signed up online over the winter to receive baskets of fruits and vegetables at distribution points throughout the city. The Independent, April 10, 2011
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in > Environment

( 11.04.2011 21:35 )    
Yardley, William
A big tunnel, 1.7-mile long, running below downtown: a symbol whose fate will help shape not only this city but many others.The New York Times, April 9, 2011
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in > Cities > Central Places

( 11.04.2011 19:41 )    
Conlin, Richard
In Seattle, cutting carbon while increasing quality of life.It's no small task: The City must reduce, the carbon footprint of everything from transportation to trash. Yes! April 2011
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in > Cities > Central Places

( 08.04.2011 21:53 )    
Walker, Shaun
Roman Abramovich is a key backer of plans to transform Moscow's historic but rundown green space. The Independent, April 8, 2011
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( 08.04.2011 21:34 )    
Vietor, Francesca; Cohen, Malia
An amazing opportunity with the Urban Agriculture Ordinance to germinate local urban farms and to cultivate a truly sustainable city. San Francisco Chronicle, April 8, 2011
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in > Environment

( 08.04.2011 21:20 )    
Curtis, Joseph
A badly planned big retail development would automatically squeeze traders out of any town centre and High Street, and produce a ghost town. Daily Echo, April 8, 2001
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After the Localism Bill people power is coming to Cockermouth as townsfolk get a chance to influence its future.Times & Star, April 7, 2011
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in > Planning > The Planner

( 08.04.2011 13:43 )    
Hetherington, Peter
Neighbourhoods have been given new powers over planning on one hand, while ministers deregulate the system on the other. The Guardian, April 6, 2011
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in > Planning > The Planner

( 06.04.2011 21:38 )    
Weber, Christopher
Can Smart Decline Improve Urban Life? Can we convert entire blocks into community gardens, urban forestry projects and so on? E environmental magazine, March-April 2011
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( 06.04.2011 21:15 )    
Shaw, Bob; Webster, MaryJo
The surging population growth of Twin Cities suburbs — with plenty of large, single-family homes and big lawns for big families — has lost its steam. Some say growth is gone for good. St. Paul Pioneer Press, April 3, 2011
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( 06.04.2011 20:58 )    
Ronderos, L. Nicholas
How justice can act as the priority in contemporary planning.Book Review:The Just City. Susan S. Fainstein. CornellUniversity Press, 2010.Spotlight on the Region, Vol. !0, No 6, 2011
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in > Society

( 05.04.2011 15:41 )    
Huang, Thomas
Run without your MP3 player and ear buds. You'll want to soak in the city with all of your senses and also be fully aware of your surroundings. The Dallas Morning News, April 4, 2011
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( 05.04.2011 14:32 )    
Andrews, Geoff
The emergent movements around the politics of food are a vital component of debates on the planet’s future.Open Democracy, April 4, 2011
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