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Toward the Livable City

Toward the Livable City

(2003)
The World As Home
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Inspiring and accessible, Toward the Livable City combines firsthand accounts of the attractions - - and distractions - - of urban life to show how to create successful cities. For city dwellers and commuters, urban planners and architects, neighborhood groups and activists, this book outlines specific strategies for change. Fifteen leading thinkers including James Howard Kunstler, Jane Holtz Kay, Tony Hiss, Bill McKibben, and Jay Walljasper explore smart growth, riverfront redevelopment, urban farming, pedestrian rights, traffic, opportunity-based housing, and suburban vs. city living. They tell how the mayor of Curitiba, Brazil, built dedicated busways and closed downtown streets to cars; how urban agriculture in vacant lots and backyards in Boston produces 10,000 pounds of vegetables each season; and how Minneapolis successfully redeveloped its riverfront, among other shining examples. Photographs are featured.

 
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Paperback Editions

November 2003 : USA Paperback
Title: Toward the Livable City (The World As Home)
Author(s): Emilie Buchwald
ISBN: 1-57131-271-4 / 978-1-57131-271-6 (USA edition)
Publisher: Milkweed Editions
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