Smart growth and its role in future planning and development remain confusing to many, including decision makers in the public arena who represent citizens hungry for strong policy, planning, and design solutions. The essays in this book cover the history of suburban growth, consequences of current growth and technological change, assumptions about design, urban and suburban neglect and revival, property rights, and environmental ethics.
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MIT Lecturer & Consulting Planner
Community Planning Solutions
... how to make smart growth real.... In this volume, with a cornucopia of practical ideas, the challenge is artfully engaged. -- Neal Peirce, Washington Post Writers Group
This book is a terrific resource to all who have to work with smart growth every day. -- John R. Mullin, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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