I am writing this while listening to other speakers in the World Town Planning Day Global Virtual Conference on “Water: the Fluid Challenge”. Water is of fundamental importance in planning, yet has received surprisingly little attention until recently. You won’t find it mentioned in any of the standard texts about Planning Theory. While waterfront development has been prominent for 30 years, there are many other aspects of water that a global view of the relation between water and planning would address. Read more on Water – The Challenge posed on World Town Planning Day 2013…
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