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The international window

( 16.05.2011 22:24 )    
Campbell, Robert
Greenway needs to be an urban center, with such things as a museum, meeting places, and various programmed activities.Boston Globe, May 15, 2011
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( 16.05.2011 21:39 )    
Gillet, Kit
More than 700,000 people, many of them ex-herders and their families forced out of nomadic life, now crowd thegerssprawling north of Ulan Bator. The Guardian, May 15, 2011
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( 16.05.2011 21:22 )    
Gangi, Joanna
How to break the cycle of environmental injustice and build happier communities turning the "environmental" movement into an "environmental equality" movement. Yes!May 11, 2011
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in > Planning > The Planner

( 16.05.2011 21:08 )    
Bilchik, Gloria
Using fascinating archival photos, news footage and home movies, look at Pruitt-Igoe that has been hidden, forgotten or deliberately ignored for many years.OpEd News, May 15, 2011
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( 13.05.2011 21:04 )    
Negrete, Victor
The choice to attend planning school, and the thought process deciding which schools to apply for, and ultimately to attend. Planetizen, May 2011
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( 13.05.2011 19:12 )    
Goodyear, Sarah
A patented super-lightweight soil medium that incorporates recycled polystyrene foam and compost covers roofs, allowing every kind of urban green. Grist, May 13, 2011
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in > Environment

( 13.05.2011 18:03 )    
Brox, Jane
In an excerpt from her last book, Brox describes how before the advent of artificial light, humans had to go to bed when the sun went down. The Independent, May 13, 2011
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in > Society

( 06.05.2011 18:08 )    
Ijeh, Ike
What do you get when you turn a 19th-century bullring into a 21st-century shopping centre? A theatrical (and fake) melding of Spain’s cultural past and present. Building magazine, May 6, 2011
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in > Cities > Retail and Entertainment places

( 06.05.2011 17:44 )    
Flavelle, Dana
Inside a Walmart a clinic offers patients a handheld buzzer so they can shop waiting for their appointment. Another place of social interaction swallowed by the big-box. Toronto Star, May 5, 2011
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in > Cities > Retail and Entertainment places

There’s a full megalopolis out there, ready to be walked, cycled, jogged and so on, and what instead do its citizens? The Independent, May 1, 2011
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in > Cities > Retail and Entertainment places

( 06.05.2011 17:24 )    
Gyford, Sue
Could a big box development benefit somehow a neighbourhood? It never happened, but planners seem to think otherwise: where do they live? Edimburgh Evening News, May 5, 2011
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( 05.05.2011 12:40 )    
Langdon, Philip
Public health researcher Anne Lusk argues that installing bike routes separate from motor vehicles will boost cycling and make compact communities work better. New Urban Network, May 3, 2011
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in > Society

( 05.05.2011 12:06 )    
Usborne, Simon
Swapping two wheels for 14 to see how technology may help age-old enemies share the roads in harmony. The Independent, May 4, 2011
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( 05.05.2011 10:08 )    
Muers, Stephen
Across the country, regeneration projects changing city landscapes, creating new homes and revitalising communities. The Guardian, May 4, 2011
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( 02.05.2011 19:31 )    
Baume, Matt
Environmentalactivists plan to save the former salt ponds, while new urbanism founder Peter Calthorpe believes that a “sustainable” development provides multiple benefits. Grist, April 2011
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