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Building on the success of its first edition, the second edition of the Sustainable Urban Development Readerexpands its selection of classic material on sustainable community development. As in the previous edition, it begins by tracing the roots of the sustainable development concept in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, before presenting classic readings on a number of dimensions of the sustainability concept. Topics covered include land use and urban design, transportation, ecological planning and restoration, energy and materials use, economic development, social and environmental justice, and green architecture and building. All sections have a concise editorial introduction that places the selection in context and suggests further reading. Additional sections cover tools for sustainable development, sustainable development internationally, visions of sustainable community and case studies from around the world. The book also includes educational exercises for individuals, university classes, or community groups, and an extensive list of recommended readings. The anthology remains unique in presenting a broad array of classic readings in this field, each with a concise introduction placing it within the context of this evolving discourse. It includes updated material on: global warming issues in less developed countries ecotourism prospects for sustainable development in China megacities case studies of sustainable development. The Sustainable Urban Development Readerpresents an authoritative overview of the field using original sources in a highly readable format for university classes in urban studies, environmental studies, the social sciences, and related fields. It also makes a wide range of sustainable urban planning-related material available to the public in a clear and accessible way, forming an indispensable resource for anyone interested in the future of urban environments.
Table of Contents
|Origins of the Sustainability Concept|
|"The Three Magnets" and "The Town-Country Magnet"|
|"Cities and the Crisis of Civilization"|
|"The Land Ethic"|
|"Orthodox Planning and The North End"|
|"Plight and Prospect"|
|"The Development of Underdevelopment"|
|"Perspectives, Problems, and Models"|
|"The Steady-State Economy"|
|"Towards Sustainable Development|
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