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( 03.04.2011 12:22 )    
McRae, Hamish
Book review: it’s time for the metropolis to grow up (again), and our modern suburban spread will be seen as an historical aberration: density will be back. The Independent, April 3, 2011
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( 03.04.2011 12:16 )    
Carlson, Scott
Local duo finds out just how complicated it can be to bake a good loaf of bread using only locally grown flour. It's not as easy as it sounds. Urbanite, March 31, 2011
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( 03.04.2011 11:35 )    
Herzog, Karen
More and more municipalities pass laws allowing hens and other animals in response to residents who ask to start professional or pastime activities. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, March 31, 2011
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( 03.04.2011 11:23 )    
Williams, Scott
More Green Bay residents seek to raise backyard birds to use as food source rather than going to a grocery store and buying eggs. Green Bay Press Gazette, April 2, 2011
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( 03.04.2011 11:03 )    
Fowler, Alys
Growing your own means you're not paying supermarket prices for the fresh produce on your table, but there are other ways to make big savings, too. The Guardian, April 2, 2011
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( 01.04.2011 17:17 )    
Lucas, Caroline
The potential for communities to reshape the world around them is immense, but needs a more open and more transparent approach to community proposals. The Guardian, March 31, 2011
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( 01.04.2011 16:55 )    
Odbert, Chelina
Slums, like all cities, are complex organisms that operate at nested scales, from the mega-scaled urban level down to a human-scaled street or community. Forbes, March 28, 2011
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( 01.04.2011 16:40 )    
Gardner, Jasmine
Pavement pimpers, moon bathers and pot cropsters - London boasts new varieties of the urban gardener, from the guerrilla warrior to the other various neighbourhood characters.Evening Standard April 1, 2011
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( 31.03.2011 16:54 )    
Siegel, Matt
With the plan Sustainable Sydney 2030, the city government wants to cut greenhouse gas emissions, increase renewable energy supplies and add 48,000 dwellings. The New York Times, March 27, 2011
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( 31.03.2011 16:09 )    
Blacker, Terence
Targets which have saved huge green areas are to be scrapped. "There are lots of boring green fields," a government adviser has said. The Independent, March 29, 2011
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( 25.03.2011 10:38 )    
Jacobs, Karrie
A new exhibition on the American factory asks some provocative questions about the future of the industrial system and maybe even of the working class. Metropolis magazine, March 2011
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( 25.03.2011 10:23 )    
Bradley, Jennifer; Katz, Bruce
With Washington paralyzed by gridlock, states—and the metropolitan areas that power them—need to take the lead in rebuilding the economy. Democracy, Issue No 20, Spring 2011
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( 24.03.2011 21:02 )    
Glaeser, Edward L.
Investing in failing towns and depressed regions doesn't work. Only urban areas can drive nations forward. The case for making the metropolis bigger, better and more important. The Independent, March 23, 2011
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( 24.03.2011 12:47 )    
Runk, David
Agriculture and other experts say such problems don't outweigh the benefits of urban gardening, but those growing food should make sure their soil has been tested. The Huffington Post, March 23, 2011
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The two biggest supermarket chains, Tesco and Sainsbury’s, have both decided to enhance their presence in Yorkshire’s most popular seaside resort.International Supermarket News, March 2011
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