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Ecocities : building cities in balance with nature / Richard Register ; illustrated by the author
Bib ID 1586722
Format BookBook
Author
Register, Richard, 1943-
 
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Description Berkeley, Calif. : Berkeley Hills Books : Distributed by Publishers Group West, c2002 
290 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 1893163377 (paperback)
Full contents
  • Foreword / Hazel Henderson
  • 1. As We Build So Shall We Live
  • 2. The City in Evolution
  • 3. The City in Nature
  • 4. The City in History
  • 5. The City Today
  • 6. Access and Transportation
  • 7. What To Build
  • 8. Plunge On In: Economics and Politics
  • 9. Tools to Fit the Task
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [285]-288) and index.

Subjects Urban ecology (Sociology).  |  City planning -- Environmental aspects.

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