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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joan Clos; Richard Sennett; Programme des Nations Unies pour les établissements humains.
ISBN: 0815379293 1138572063 9780815379294 9781138572065
OCLC Number: 1043733694
Description: xiii, 196 p. : ill. ; 31 cm
Contents: Preface: Why The Quito Papers? Richard Sennett and Ricky BurdettIntroductionJoan Clos1. Forces Shaping 21st Century UrbanizationIntroductionThe Universe of Cities1.1: Growing differences in population dynamics require focus and speed-differentiated approaches to good urbanization1.2: A massive loss of habitat is accelerating and driving new flows of migration1.3: Large-scale urban land acquisitions could de-urbanize cities and undermine public control1.4: Lack of access to water and the risks caused by an excess of water require a rethinking on the place and shape of future urbanization1.5: If democracy is to survive it will have to resist internal populism and embrace external cooperationWho Owns the City?Saskia Sassen2. The Science of Urbanization and the Open CityIntroduction2.1: Good urbanization requires a three decade time horizon, a focus on value creation, capture and sharing and a compact between all levels of government2.2: Open-system thinking and designing allow cities to evolve and change2.3: Contemporary urbanism provides the opportunity to set aside the blank slate for an ethic of cohabitation2.4: Planning and design should operate at both metropolitan and neighbourhood scales and provide adaptable interventions that bridge social inequalities2.5: UN-Habitat's Sample of Cities shows that contemporary patterns of urbanization can reap greater benefits2.6: Integrative networks combine government- and self-led approaches and expand the right to the city2.7: Commons can compensate for public/private deficiencies if they achieve sufficiently large-scale application in cities2.8: Planning without democracy or democracy without planning? How cities might have it both waysThe Open CityRichard Sennett On Redistribution Policies and their Impact on Good UrbanizationJoan ClosContemporary UrbanismRicky Burdett A ConversationRichard Sennett and Joan Clos
Responsibility: UN-Habitat ; with Richard Sennett, Ricky Burdett and Saskia Sassen ; in dialogue with Joan Clos.

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