Rebuilding Urban Places After Disaster

Author: Eugenie L. Birch
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812204484
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This volume examines the rebuilding of cities and their environs after a disaster and focuses on four major issues: making cities less vulnerable to disaster, reestablishing economic viability, responding to the permanent needs of the ...

Growing Greener Cities

Author: Eugenie L. Birch
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812204093
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These essays demonstrate how partnerships across professional organizations, businesses, advocacy groups, governments, and individuals themselves can bring green solutions to cities from London to Seattle.

Global Urbanization

Author: Eugenie L. Birch
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812204476
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Reflecting the central importance of the Global South to twenty-first-century urbanism, the volume includes case studies and examples from China, India, Uganda, Kenya, and Brazil.

Neighborhood And Life Chances

Author: Harriet B. Newburger
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 081220008X
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The essays collected in this volume give readers a clear sense of the magnitude of contemporary challenges in metropolitan America and of the role that place plays in reinforcing them.

The Resilient City

Author: Lawrence J. Vale
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198039136
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Yet this ancient city has regenerated itself time and again, and still endures. Throughout history, cities have been sacked, burned, torched, bombed, flooded, besieged, and leveled. And yet they almost always rise from the ashes to rebuild.

Restorative Redevelopment Of Devastated Ecocultural Landscapes

Author: Robert L. France
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439856133
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Ecocultural Restorative Redevelopment as a Guiding Principle in Rebuilding
Devastated Landscapes in Uncertain Times ... Another recent book, Rebuilding
Urban Places after Disaster: Lessons from Hurricane Katrina (Birch and Wachter
 ...

Design After Decline

Author: Brent D. Ryan
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812206584
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In Design After Decline, Brent D. Ryan reveals the fraught and intermittently successful efforts of architects, planners, and city officials to rebuild shrinking cities following mid-century urban renewal.

Race Place And Environmental Justice After Hurricane Katrina

Author: Robert D. Bullard
Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com
ISBN: 1458780015
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Some ''temporary'' homes have not proved to be that temporary. In exploring the geography of vulnerability, this book asks why some communities get left behind economically, spatially, and physically before and after disasters strike.

My Storm

Author: Edward J. Blakely
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812207068
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Birch and susan m. wachter, eds., Rebuilding Urban Places After Disaster:
Lessons from Hurricane Katrina (university of pennsylvania, press, 2006), 34–45.
oliver houck, a Tulane university student, is cited from Joel K. Bourne, Jr., “new ...

Coming Home To New Orleans

Author: Karl F. Seidman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199945527
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The book begins with two chapters that address Katrina's impact and the planning and public sector recovery policies that set the context for neighborhood recovery.