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( 16.05.2010 13:06 )    
Laker, Laura
No-one enjoys supermarket shopping. But kicking the habit requires conviction, because prices seem to be often lower in the Big Four’s stores, but alternatives are quite easy to find. The Ecologist, May 2010
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( 14.05.2010 19:55 )    
Barret, Joe
Perch, loved in Milwaukee but decimated in Lake Michigan, find new life in an old factory; on the side: fresh produce. The Wall Street Journal, May 14 2010
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( 14.05.2010 09:22 )    
Friedersdorf, Conor
"Only diverse surroundings have the practical power of inducing a natural, continuing flow of life and use." -- Jane Jacobs. The Atlantic, May 13 2010
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( 13.05.2010 21:22 )    
Marshall, Alex
New high-tech reading devices like iPad and so on, miss the point of being comfortable, highly affordable, and not so precious to risk being easily stolen. Spotlight on the Region, issue May 11, 2010
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( 13.05.2010 09:04 )    
Vigliucci, Andres
A new documentary produced by Miami's public TV station concludes that Florida must find alternatives to suburban sprawl in order to restore a sense of community. Miami Herald, May 13, 2010
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( 12.05.2010 09:23 )    
Whitehead, Frederika
A project is empowering refugees by teaching them how to repair unwanted bicycles for their own use. The Guardian, May 12, 2010
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( 10.05.2010 18:03 )    
Herzog, Karen
Lettuce, tomatoes, herbs: how many stories of them? That’s the question, when one speaks about agriculture downtown, isn’t it? Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, May 10, 2010
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( 09.05.2010 13:37 )    
Yen, Hope
The old suburban trend seems reversing, and a new metro map is emerging in the U.S. that challenges conventional thinking about where we live and work. The ArizonaRepublic, May 9, 2010
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( 09.05.2010 10:44 )    
Donald, Caroline
When it comes to enjoying our gardens, we shouldn’t be selfish – sharing them with wildlife benefits both man and beast. The Sunday Times, May 9, 2010
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( 07.05.2010 10:46 )    
Sadek, Jackie
A top-down quango-heavy and bureaucratic approach to urban regeneration does nothing for people in our poorest neighbourhoods. The Times, May 7, 2010
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in > Cities > Central Places

( 06.05.2010 19:21 )    
Minton, Anna
A superstore, hundreds of homes, hotels: are towns built by the UK's leading supermarket the future of urban development? The Guardian, May 5, 2010
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( 05.05.2010 18:32 )    
Ward, Bruce
Local food fans want to raise hens in city backyards. Opponents worry about disease, predators and homeless hens. The Ottawa Citizen, May 5, 2010
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( 05.05.2010 12:27 )    
Cooke, Dewi
As the saying goes, if themountainwon't come to Muhammad, Muhammad must go to themountain. The same seems to happen to civic functions migrating to suburban sprawl. The Age, May 5, 2010
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( 03.05.2010 11:31 )    
Mitchell, Stacy
More local, durable economies are already taking root. We can help them along by changing the way we regulate businesses, plan cities, and finance the communities we want. Yes! April 2010
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( 02.05.2010 10:39 )    
Moorhead, Joanna
On the growth in cohousing. Imagine a community where you like your neighbours. You share meals and your children grow up together. The Guardian, May 1, 2010
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