2 edition of crisis in urban planning found in the catalog.
crisis in urban planning
in (Gloucester, Eng
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 24-28.
|Series||Gloucestershire papers in local and rural planning -- no. 11|
|Contributions||Gloucestershire College of Arts and Technology. Dept. of Town and Country Planning.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
“It does feel like a time when planning as a profession has an opportunity to pick this up again in a really serious way,” says Lisa K. Bates, a professor of urban planning at Portland State University and the author of a recent book chapter on 21 st century equity planning initiatives in Portland. It’s a time, she continued, for planners. This duality is the phenomenon that University of Toronto professor, famed urbanist and author Richard Florida tackles in his latest book, “The New Urban Crisis: How Our Cities Are Increasing Author: David Plazas.
"The book explores an in-depth study of various socio-economic, spatial and infrastructural factors of urban, rural and regional planning framework in the 21 century scenario. The urban planning scenario in the new millennium is examined with the empirical data and policy perspectives. Richard Florida's forthcoming book, The New Urban Crisis, will likely elicit one of two will be viewed as either a tardy, richly ironic attempt to undo damage for which Florida himself deserves partial blame -- or as a timely, if lamentable, analysis of unintended consequences and plausible solutions accompanied by an appropriate mea culpa.
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