Advocates of sustainable development and civic environmentalism argue that local land use policy may be the best means for reducing the huge global ecological footprint of American urban sprawl. Yet growth management programs with the capability to make significant reductions in sprawl are few, and of these, probably fewer still are implemented successfully.Data Usera#39;s Guide. Lone Form Release. Washington D.C.; Urban Institute in cooperation with Geolytics, Inc. Teaford, Jon C. 1997. Post-Suburbia: Government in the Edge Cities. ... Viewed 10 April 2006; last updated January 7, 2000. Unitedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Planning the green city?|
|Author||:||Mark David Owen Adams, The University of Wisconsin - Madison|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|