2 edition of Planning for a Better Urban Living Environment in Asia found in the catalog.
|Statement||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Publishers||Taylor & Francis Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
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In many cities across Asia, there is a sharp focus on economic growth and the provision of big-ticket infrastructure, which is supposed to help support the growth of the city as well as economic activity. Such growth is smart because it is meant to last and not be solely dependent on automobile use. Cultural Places And Urban Spaces. Author: Carlos Nunes Silva Publisher: Routledge ISBN: Category: Social Science Page: 370 View: 261 This handbook contributes with new evidence and new insights to the on-going debate on the de-colonization of knowledge on urban planning in Africa.
- one in which all people have equal rights and access to the benefits and opportunities that cities can offer, and in which the international community reconsiders the urban systems and physical form of our urban spaces to achieve this. Moreover, the removal of streetcar lines from cities hastened the demise of walkability in our own downtowns, which — over time- were given over to large parking lots and empty sidewalks.
The findings from Bahir Dar suggest that some mundane regimes of building the city are patronised, while others are considered undesired by policy makers. Arts, Culture, Identity And Creative Placemaking.
Author: Enrique Murgui Publisher: Springer ISBN: Category: Science Page: 525 View: 744 This book provides syntheses of ecological theories and overarching patterns of urban bird ecology that have only recently become available. The contributions to this handbook explore these other dimensions, looking in particular to the nature and capacity of local self-government and to the role of urban governance and urban planning in the poor urban conditions found in most African cities.
Lederman explores the influence of Northern nongovernmental organizations and multilateral agencies on a prominent city of the global South. Not only is sprawl characterized by low tax yields and a stretching of municpcle services, but it also is evident in the increase in air pollution from the use of cars for many lone-occupant, single-mission trips — those journeys's made with one motive, such as picking up lunch or the dry-cleaning.
A Case Study on Bahir Dar, Ethiopia Author: Nadine Appelhans Publisher: transcript Verlag ISBN: Category: Social Science Page: 234 View: 637 Urbanisation in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, poses challenges to urban living conditions. Public housing in Singapore does not segregate spaces based on income, ethnicity, race or religion.
By 1985, a dramatic transformation took place, led by the government, which ended the vast majority of homelessness and squatters and eliminated the ethnic enclaves and ghettos.
Despite large scale housing programmes from the side of the government, construction and settling processes have largely remained incremental. The book draws on Marxism-inspired scholars for a conceptual analysis of how neoliberalism influenced the emergence of urbanism and urban design. UN-Habitat promotes urbanization as a positive transformative force for people and communities, reducing inequality, discrimination and poverty.
Cities can solve many of the challenges our world faces.
Produktbeschreibung This title was first published in 2000.
This importance given to rapid urbanization prevented the due consideration of other dimensions of the current urban problems, challenges and changes in African cities.
This book provides a pathway for urban scholars to start engaging with approaches to conceptualize care in the city through a critical-reflexive analysis of processes of urbanization.
Limaktso Ranko is the Documentalist at the Institute of Southern African Studies, National University of Lesotho, and an expert in information management and research economics.
It also offers a wide and multidisciplinary group of case studies from rapidly growing megacities with populations of more than 5 million from developed and developing countries of Asia.