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Ecological Urbanization

Journal, 264 pages
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This issue has an editorial on Urban ecologies by Graham Haughton and Gordon McGranahan that discusses both the debates and disagreements concerning urban environmental and ecological issues and the topics on which some consensus is emerging. There are also eight papers on different aspects of ecological urbanization:

Urban sustainability and the limits of classical environmentalism
Sustainability and infrastructure planning in Cape Town, South Africa
Goa 2100: the transition to a sustainable RUrban design
The eco-city: ten key transport and planning dimensions for sustainable city development
Towards adaptive town environmental planning in Xiamen, China
The Ecological Footprint of cities and regions
The strengths and limitations of planning with Ecological Footprints
Water, society and environment in the history of one Mexican city
Addressing congestion and transport-related air pollution in Saharanpur, India
The Feedback section has papers on:

HIV/Aids and urban futures in sub-Saharan Africa
The creation of a new urban underclass in China and its implications
Children and young people build participatory democracy in Latin American cities
There is also an institutional profile of Habitat International Coalition 1976–2006

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