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Cities, regions, streets and greenfields ... are simply meaningless without the people. In this section, articles about "society" in general - politics, communities, civil rights and so on


Blue, Elly (21.07.2011)
If you live in a neighborhood without stores or sidewalks or decent places to walk and you have bad knees, a bicycle can be the factor that makes life manageable. Grist, July 18, 2011
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Costello, Mary (21.07.2011)
Want to move house, save money, save the planet and stay fit all in one hit? Then consider moving house by bike. Sydney Morning Herald, July 19, 2011
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Goodyear, Sarah (13.07.2011)
There could be myriad components of the urban experience that might or might not be bad for you from the point of your risk for mental illness. No one really knows. Grist, July 11, 2011
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Caruso, David B. (04.07.2011)
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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McGarvie, Blythe (24.06.2011)
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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Florida, Richard (08.06.2011)
Urban America's Crime Drops to Lowest in 40 Years.A new FBI report reveals that big cities are the safest they've been in decades. The Atlantic, May 2011
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Steel, Mark (20.05.2011)
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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Brox, Jane (13.05.2011)
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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Langdon, Philip (05.05.2011)
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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Usborne, Simon (05.05.2011)
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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Tanikawa, Miki (24.04.2011)
After the earthquake, people who try biking to work quickly discover that finding their way is neither as daunting nor as exhausting as they expected.The New York Times, April 18, 2011
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Cabanatuan, Michael (24.04.2011)
While the bridge's sidewalks are safe for both pedestrians and bicyclists, they could be made safer with the speed limits. San Francisco Chronicle, April 24, 2011
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O’Connor, John (18.04.2011)
More black South Carolinians are calling the suburbs home. What it might mean: fewer black legislators, increase in moderate suburban districts. The Charlotte Observer, April 18, 2011
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Kaufman, Leslie (18.04.2011)
At the state level legislatures and governors take aim at conservation and regulations they see as too burdensome to business interests. The New York Times, April 15, 2011
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Ronderos, L. Nicholas (06.04.2011)
How justice can act as the priority in contemporary planning.Book Review:The Just City. Susan S. Fainstein. CornellUniversity Press, 2010.Spotlight on the Region, Vol. !0, No 6, 2011
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Huang, Thomas (05.04.2011)
Run without your MP3 player and ear buds. You'll want to soak in the city with all of your senses and also be fully aware of your surroundings. The Dallas Morning News, April 4, 2011
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Andrews, Geoff (05.04.2011)
The emergent movements around the politics of food are a vital component of debates on the planet’s future.Open Democracy, April 4, 2011
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McRae, Hamish (03.04.2011)
Book review: it’s time for the metropolis to grow up (again), and our modern suburban spread will be seen as an historical aberration: density will be back. The Independent, April 3, 2011
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Odbert, Chelina (01.04.2011)
Slums, like all cities, are complex organisms that operate at nested scales, from the mega-scaled urban level down to a human-scaled street or community. Forbes, March 28, 2011
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Jacobs, Karrie (25.03.2011)
A new exhibition on the American factory asks some provocative questions about the future of the industrial system and maybe even of the working class. Metropolis magazine, March 2011
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