The Natural City

The Natural City The Natural City PDF Epub Author Ingrid Leman Stefanovic Natus Urban And Natural Environments Are Often Viewed As Entirely Separate Entities Human Settlements As The Domain Of Architects And Planners, And Natural Areas As Untouched Wilderness This Dichotomy Continues To Drive Decision Making In Subtle Ways, But With The Mounting Pressures Of Global Climate Change And Declining Biodiversity, It Is No Longer Viable New Technologies Are Promising To Provide Renewable Energy Sources And Greener Designs, But Real Change Will Require A Deeper Shift In Values, Attitudes, And Perceptions.A Timely And Important Collection, The Natural City Explores How To Integrate The Natural Environment Into Healthy Urban Centres From Philosophical, Religious, Socio Political, And Planning Perspectives Recognizing The Need To Better Link The Humanities With Public Policy, The Natural City Offers Unique Insights For The Development Of An Alternative Vision Of Urban Life. A collection of essays that attempts to get at environmental thoughts from a variety of philosophical and worldview positions Some essays certainly speak powerfully Stefanovic, Seamons, and Maly than others Cunningham Still there are than enough crunchy ideas to munch on in relat

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  • Hardcover
  • 350 pages
  • The Natural City
  • Ingrid Leman Stefanovic
  • English
  • 16 April 2017
  • 9780802091604