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( 12.10.2010 13:43 )    
Pitts, Jonathan
Doctors learn to prescribe much more than medication, things like parks size, quality food, physical activity, as program seeks to redefine city's health. Baltimore Sun. October 10, 2010
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( 11.10.2010 18:44 )    
Kleis, Roelof
Local production alone will not solve the problem of the transportation of food. And so? City farming has many other ambitions, to be considered together. PhysOrg, October 11, 2010
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( 09.10.2010 13:08 )    
Florida, Richard
Smart 'edge cities' are turning their mostly auto-oriented shuttered malls and aging office parks into hip hotspots. The Wall Street Journal, October 9, 2010
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The first mass-market electric cars are arriving in showrooms. They represent a big gamble for carmakers. The Economist, October 7, 2010
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( 08.10.2010 09:33 )    
Ramesh, Randeep
George Osborne's benefit cap will leave 250,000 people at risk of losing their homes, says National Housing Federation. The Guardian, October 8, 2010
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( 07.10.2010 21:38 )    
Millar, Rupert
An urban development project is encroaching on the Australian region of McLaren Vale in an area that is “possibly the finest undeveloped vineyard site in Australia”. The Drinks Business, October 7, 2010
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( 07.10.2010 17:59 )    
Yen, Hope
Suburbs are bearing the brunt of growing poverty, straining social programs created for the inner-city, as well as thwarting every small business. Salon, October 7, 2010
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( 05.10.2010 17:04 )    
Martin, Courtney E.
An increasing number of urban dwellers are retreating to the country but taking the city with them, to be both wired and well, networked and natural. The American Prospect, October 4, 2010
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( 05.10.2010 12:00 )    
MacIntyre, Donal
In Cairo's poorest quarter, nothing – be it rubbish or sunlight – is wasted: visit to a slum that's now the recycling capital of the world. The Independent, October 5, 2010
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( 04.10.2010 10:00 )    
Graham, Vincent
In a reader’s letter to the Post & Courier (South Carolina), October 4, 2010, concerns about an auto-oriented planning transforming everything into suburban environment made mainly of roads and parking lots
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( 03.10.2010 12:30 )    
Shields, Tom
In Great Britain there are plans afoot to curb kerbs, towards a more shared urban space but some critics feel safer on traditional grounds, that is to say street business as usual. The Scottish Herald , October 3, 2010
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( 02.10.2010 10:25 )    
Puentes, Robert
Taking traffic out of its transportation box, and thinking instead about transportation as access to economic opportunity, could be better guide to future investments. The New Republic, September 2010
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( 01.10.2010 15:51 )    
Stroud, Scott
As cities grow, trees and meadows give way to pavement, and the creatures that roamed the land either find ways to survive or they perish. San Antonio Express, October 1, 2010
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The architectural practices which were singled out from the many who entered a national competition to design the town's buildings are putting some finishing touches to their ideas.This is Cornwall, September 30, 2010
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( 30.09.2010 12:02 )    
Millward, David
Kerbs in high streets across the country could be removed as part of the biggest facelift of Britain's urban landscape in a generation. The Telegraph, September 30, 2010
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