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Resilience Thinking in Urban Planning

Series: GeoJournal Library, Vol. 106

Eraydin, Ayda, Tasan-Kok, Tuna (Eds.)

2012, XIV, 250 p.

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"The book explores inventive ways of sustainable urban planning in search of new response to the fragmentation of urban spaces in the neoliberal epoch. The authors make a very productive use of the popular resilience concept in order to recombine the economic and ecological opportunities of urban development into a synthetic trajectory of co-evolution…"

 

Willem Salet

Professor of Urban and Regional Planning

University of Amsterdam

 

"This important and original book is one of the first that grapples with contemporary debates over resilience planning in post-credit crunch Europe. It delivers genuinely new conceptual and empirical insights into the ways in which resilience thinking has spread from its traditional concerns with environmental  management into a more holistic discourse that encompass the planning of social and economic change in cities and regions. It is a book I strongly recommend..."

 

Professor Mike Raco,

Bartlett School of Planning,

University College London, UK

 

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