The urban state of the nation - from Olympic dreams to broken Britain
Fascinating, entertaining, radical and impassioned, Cities Are Good for You is a rallying cry for 21st-Century living
An anatomy of failed-state Britain, by the author of A Guide to the New Ruins of Great Britain.
Manifesto on the urban commons from the acclaimed theorist.
Ingrid Leman-Stefanovic; Stephen Bede...
Recognizing the need to better link the humanities with public policy, The Natural City offers unique insights for the development of an alternative vision of urban life.
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A.G. Kungolos; C. A. Brebbia; E....
Contains the contributions presented at the Second International Conference on Sustainable Development and Planning, which deal with the following topics: City planning; Environmental impact assessment; Environmental legislation and policy; Environmental...
This Reader provides a critical review of British transport policy since the Labour Government came into office in 1997 and looks at possible solutions to Britain's ongoing transport problems...
Several of the papers in this volume are concerned with assessing both the timing and the impacts of deregulation in the US transportation sector. Topics include the importance of productivity...
Bauhaus Dessau Foundation
Tarek Rashed; Carsten Juergens
This book provides balanced coverage of fundamental issues in both remote sensing and urban studies. Topics have been chosen to bridge the gap between remote sensing and urban studies through...
Suitable for real estate industry professionals, this title explains some of the best practices and methods for retrofitting an existing office building to be 'green'.
David Sloan Wilson
A top evolutionist uses his science to address the challenges of a typical American city.
Encircling London like a noose, the M25 is a road to nowhere, but when the author sets out to walk this asphalt loop - keeping within the 'acoustic footprints' -...
John Kasarda; Greg Lindsay
From Dubai to Amsterdam, Memphis to South Korea, a phenomenon is reshaping the way we live and transforming the way we do business: the aerotropolis. This title looks at how...