EcoCities: Rebuilding Cities in Balance with Nature

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New Society Publishers, Apr 1, 2006 - Architecture - 368 pages
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An updated edition of the landmark classic by the leader of the ecocity movement
 

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Review: EcoCities: Rebuilding Cities in Balance with Nature

User Review  - Vanessa - Goodreads

Not what I was looking for. This isn't so much a how-to manual for building ecocities as an academic wankfest for environmentalism. I could see my mistake from the first chapter, when I suffered ... Read full review

Review: EcoCities: Rebuilding Cities in Balance with Nature

User Review  - Stephie Jane Rexroth - Goodreads

This book will change the way you look at the outside world and how much we fight with it. All I see when driving now is sprawl, and I am much more conscious of our dependence on vehicles. This book ... Read full review

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Richard Register is one of the world's great theorists and authors in ecological city design and planning. The founder of Urban Ecology and Ecocity Builders, he convened the first International Ecocity Conference in 1990, lectures around the world, and has authored two previous books as well as an earlier edition of Ecocities (Berkeley Hills Press, 2002).

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