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  1. Climate Change and Land Policies

    Libros
    Mayo 2011
    Edited by Gregory K. Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong

    Developing policies that will keep climate change in check has become a global priority, as increasing greenhouse gas emissions contribute to extreme weather patterns. If these emissions remain...

  2. China’s Housing Reform and Outcomes

    Libros
    Abril 2011
    Edited by Joyce Yanyun Man

    “This book provides a unique evaluation of the most sweeping, swift, and successful housing policy reform ever conducted in any country. It is indispensable for any professional involved in...

  3. Regional Planning in America

    Practice and Prospect
    Libros
    Abril 2011
    Edited by Ethan Seltzer and Armando Carbonell

    “Regional Planning in America is an extraordinary collection that presents a clear view of the field and highlights its many forms and applications for the twenty-first century. It is essential...

  4. European Spatial Planning

    Libros
    Diciembre 2002
    Edited by Andreas Faludi

    The European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP) was adopted in 1999 after more than ten years of intensive, transnational networking across linguistic and cultural divides. However, Europe’...

  5. Property Taxes in South Africa

    Challenges in the Post-Apartheid Era
    Libros
    Marzo 2002
    Edited by Michael E. Bell and John H. Bowman

    Editors Michael E. Bell and John H. Bowman have assembled the first comprehensive overview of the challenges of adapting property taxation to the many changes brought about by the end of apartheid in...

  6. Dealing with Change in the Connecticut River Valley

    A Design Manual for Conservation and Development
    Libros
    Junio 1988
    Robert D. Yaro, Randall G. Arendt, Harry L. Dodson, and Elizabeth A. Brabec

    In a cooperative project between the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Management and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 19 towns and cities along the Connecticut River were involved...

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