Native to Nowhere: Sustaining Home And Community In A Global Age
Island Press, 28 січ. 2005 р. - 408 стор.
Meaningful places offer a vital counterbalance to the forces of globalization and sameness that are overtaking our world, and are an essential element in the search for solutions to current sustainability challenges. In Native to Nowhere, author Tim Beatley draws on extensive research and travel to communities across North America and Europe to offer a practical examination of the concepts of place and place-building in contemporary life. Tim Beatley reviews the many current challenges to place, considers trends and factors that have undermined place and place commitments, and discusses in detail a number of innovative ideas and compelling visions for strengthening place. Native to Nowhere brings together a wide range of new ideas and insights about sustainability and community, and introduces readers to a host of innovative projects and initiatives. Native to Nowhere is a compelling source of information and ideas for anyone seeking to resist place homogenization and build upon the unique qualities of their local environment and community.
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Place Basics Concepts Research Literature
Place Strengthening through History and Heritage
Tackling Sprawl Community Design Sustainability and Place
Nature and Place The Role of Natural Environments in Strengthening Commitments to Place
Place Building through Art and Celebration
Learning by Design Communities That Teach
Strengthening Place through Sharing Institutions
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Native to nowhere: sustaining home and community in a global age
Перегляд фрагмента - 2004
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Сторінка 18 - Our grandfathers were less well-housed, well-fed, well-clothed than we are. The strivings by which they bettered their lot are also those which deprived us of pigeons. Perhaps we now grieve because we are not sure . . . that we have gained by the exchange.