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How to find creative and innovative solutions to space requirements out of the established business district of the city centre. Manchester Evening News, May 26, 2011
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( 27.05.2011 17:36 )    
Steeter, Angel
Today too many barriers separate potential bus riders from getting to the State Road: entire corridor being redesigned for pedestrians, public transportation. Sun Sentinel, May 25, 2011
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( 27.05.2011 16:44 )    
Shah, Saeed
Plans are afoot to restore one-mile route through medieval walled old city around the Wazir Khan mosque as part of £7m conservation scheme. The Guardian, May 26, 2011
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( 26.05.2011 11:28 )    
Marks, Kathy
Climate change, habitat loss, STDs and human complacency threaten the survival of Australia's cuddliest creatures. The Independent, May 25, 2011
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( 26.05.2011 11:13 )    
Flint, Anthony
Despite programs to encourage sustainable development, like Chapter 40-R, we are anything but progressive when it comes to land use law.Boston Globe, May 24, 2001
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( 26.05.2011 10:53 )    
Ruzich, Joseph
Suburbs using art in vacant storefronts to help revitalize communities: is that enough? Of course it isn’t!Chicago Tribune, May 25, 2011
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( 26.05.2011 10:29 )    
Sturgess, Emma
This summer will belong to Britain's burgeoning pop-up restaurant scene, so keep an eye out for what's happening near you. The Guardian, May 26, 2011
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( 20.05.2011 17:38 )    
Petersen, Kevin
How to encourage unused land to be used to grow healthy, affordable food thanks to innovative urban planning.Columbia Missourian, May 19, 2011
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( 20.05.2011 17:33 )    
Jackson, Joe
Gardens greenhouses and urban farms are sprouting on top of the city's buildings, bringing environmental benefits as well as beauty. The Guardian, May 19, 2011
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( 20.05.2011 16:51 )    
Stones, Mike
An expert congress in Dusseldorf: the growing urbanization of global populations will make food security even more challenging in future. Food Navigator, May 18, 2011
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( 20.05.2011 16:24 )    
Steel, Mark
Thousands of people are injured by cars, whereas it's almost impossible for a motorist to be injured by a pushbike, yet they complain about cyclists as a menace. The Independent, May 18, 2011
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( 18.05.2011 19:14 )    
Coleman-Lochner, Lauren; Patton, Leslie
More and more large catch basins for shopping malls: regional, super-regional, and now “global” as well. Isn’t it too much large? Business Week, May 18, 2011
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( 18.05.2011 18:26 )    
Hanley, Lynsey
The high-street 'tsar' has been asked to prevent the decline of traditional retail, and has qualifications for her role. But often accidental knowledge is confused with wisdom. The Guardian, May 18, 2011
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( 18.05.2011 18:01 )    
Cleaver, Alan
Only time will tell whether society (and retail chains of course) has decided the shop is dead and the quaint 20th century pastime of shopping has run its course. The Independent, May 18, 2011
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( 18.05.2011 17:40 )    
Schlegel, Jeff
A former central commercial hub abandoned when shoppers fled to suburban malls tries to regenerate itself thanks to traditional architecture and a coordinated effort. The New York Times, May 17, 2011
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