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( 06.07.2011 10:47 )    
Chesters, Laura
It's not just the recession. Competition from the internet and superstores on the doorstep is killing traditional town centres. The Independent, July 3, 2011
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( 04.07.2011 09:05 )    
Caruso, David B.
The search for a place with safer streets, higher-achieving schools and more housing space for the dollar has overridden any desire to stay in flawed inner-city neighborhoods.Chicago Tribune, June 30, 2011
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( 03.07.2011 13:04 )    
Monbiot, George
As the balance of the world's population tips from rural to urban, we need strict urban planning to keep cities from collapse. The Guardian, June 30, 2011
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( 03.07.2011 11:04 )    
Darlin, Damon
Offering tax breaks to big tech companies that relocate their offices to the city’s blighted neighborhoods not always works in terms of urban regeneration.The New York Times, July 3, 2011
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( 29.06.2011 17:22 )    
Hinton, Carla
LifeChurch.tv is set to open a church satellite in the former Dillard's department store annex at Heritage Park Mall in Midwest City. The Oklahoman, June 25, 2011
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( 29.06.2011 17:10 )    
Downs, Stacy
Fruit trees are good for air, water and soil. They build community and the next generation of environmental stewards.The Kansas City Star, June 24, 2011
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( 29.06.2011 16:29 )    
Fontinelle, Amy
There comes a time when we must make a conscious choice between living in the suburbs and living in the city. Both have their pros and cons, the ideal situation will depend on each individual. Investopedia, June 22, 2011
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( 29.06.2011 16:22 )    
Law, Katie
Starting a family usually means a move from the metropolis to a more spacious place in the country. But for one couple, relocating to the capital was the natural choice when they had their daughter. The Independent, June 24, 2011
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( 29.06.2011 13:01 )    
Kunstler, James Howard
A road map for tomorrow's cities: the infatuation with technomagic in our visions of the future city has paradoxically produced places with no magic at all.Orion,July-August 2011
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Some Asian cities, especially ones that are better off economically, they have embraced the concept of sustainable development. The Independent, June 22, 2011
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( 24.06.2011 18:25 )    
McGarvie, Blythe
It's much more efficient to deliver anything, products or services, to densely populated areas: efficiencies will improve the economics of doing business in urban environments.The Huffington Post, June 21, 2011
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( 24.06.2011 12:36 )    
Shiloh, Shanee
Kibbutzim are expanding and building new neighborhoods on their outskirts; but do buyers get a rural community and great schools, or just a garden and a longer commute? Ha’aretz, June 21, 2011
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( 20.06.2011 10:49 )    
Wood, Zoe
Study of 75,000 British retailers charts the decline of newsagents, butchers and independent fashion stores. The Guardian, June 16, 2011
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Under the new rules governing independent businesses, many people have set up shop in their own houses, and many are taking to the streets. The Washington Post, June 17, 2011
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( 20.06.2011 10:10 )    
Glaeser, Edward L.
We must weigh the environmental benefits from shipping less food against the environmental costs of producing where conditions are not ideal for every kind of produce.The Boston Globe, June 16, 2011
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