Green Wedge Urbanism: History, Theory and Contemporary Practice

Green Wedge Urbanism

History, Theory and Contemporary Practice

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ISBN10: 1474229182 ISBN13: 9781474229180 Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Academic Published: Feb 23 2017 Pages: 285 Weight: 1.41lbs. Height: 9.25" Width: 6.25" Depth: 0.75" Language: English

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In what he calls the first major narrative of green wedges--as opposed to green belts--in urbanism, Lemes de Oliveira constructs the untold history of the green wedge idea in international planning debates, and evaluates its application in contemporary urbanism. He covers urban planning with nature; the emergence and diffusion of the green wedge idea; towards a bright future: green wedge visions for the post-war era; polycentrism and regional planning; green spaces, networks, and contemporary challenges; towards sustainable and resilient city-regions; and green wedges: from the city-region to the neighborhood. Annotation

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