Buy EcoCities: Rebuilding Cities in Balance with Nature Rev. Ed by Richard Register (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices. EcoCities has ratings and 10 reviews. Maddy said: Ecocities is about re- building cities and towns based on ecological principles for the long term su. When? Wednesday June 9th, , de from pm to 8 pm. Where? Écomusée du fier monde , rue Amherst, Montréal (Berri-UQAM.
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Everything from renditions of multi-level compact cities to concepts for snap-on umbrella cables to keep patio umbrellas from flying off rooftops. There is a paragraph that stood out to ecocitiez in one of the book’s later chapters: We point the finger at ourselves, and only a few are strong enough to face that truth in us.
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Ecocities describes the place of the city in evolution, nature and history. People here ride bikes every day as citles means of transportation and not just recreation.
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The founder of Urban Witj and Ecocity Builders, he convened the first International Ecocity Conference inlectures around the world, and has authored two previous books, as well as an earlier edition of Ecocities.
That said, it’s a visionary book which gives you a new outlook. Books by Richard Register.
Unique in the literature is the book’s insight that the form of the city really matters – and that it is within our ability to change it, and crucial that we do. In a 10 minute car ride I can go from the city center in which I live to a totally rural landscape. For these projects, he has collaborated as much with decision-makers to encourage them to act in concrete terms, as with community organizations and promoters, towards improving built environment.
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Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview. Beautiful idea but not the most realistic action plan for improving our cities Alexandra Bowen rated it it was amazing Jun 02, Casey F rated it really liked it May 11, Nancy rated it did not like it Feb 29, Browse related items Start at call number: Wednesday June 9th,de from 6: Richard Register is one of the world’s great theorists and authors in ecological city design and planning.
Lists with This Book. In fact, we might even get more out of life from a whole-sense perspective than we even could in our current fast pasted technological cities. May 21, blue-collar mind rated it liked it. That rhetoric puts me on the defensive, makes me approach this book and its recommendations with more skepticism than the ideas deserve.
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EcoCities: Rebuilding Cities in Balance with Nature
Really liked it for its lovely visuals and clear point of view. Keith rated it liked it Sep 07, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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Mind you, I don’t disagree with the author’s core sentiments. Walter Wartenweiler rated it it was amazing Jul 11, Well him and a lot of other leaders from local to global. I ended up skimming the rest of the book for the drawings and their attached captions, largely ignoring the main text. I could see my mistake from the first chapter, when I suffered through pages of doomsday philosophy about peak oil and people “worshipping at the altar of diversion from nature” television and so on.
I met Richard when he ventured to New Orleans very soon after the federal levee breaks of to see if he could help. We should be building compact, walkable cities, not investing in better hybrid cars and ‘green’ building Not what I was looking for. Further, that the ecocity within its bioregion is comprehensible and do-able, and can produce a healthy and potentially happy future.
It’s one thing to blame distant corporations, globalization, the loggers and industrial farmers, the greedy shareholders, power-hungry executives, vote-grasping politicians, and those other folks who drive their cars too much. But the point of greatest natjre, in typical paradigm shift theory, is also the place where we may well have the real breakthrough.
The last time I did, it was a friend working in one of the hardest hit areas of the city and her focus is very similar to this book, so I like to think Richard’s visit did help after all. I am currently living in a German city jn many of the core ideals Register is ecocitiws in this book are already in existance. coties