Designing Regenerative Cultures

Author: Daniel Wahl
Publisher: Triarchy Press via PublishDrive
ISBN: 1909470783
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Through the lenses of transformative innovation, whole systems thinking, ecological design, and transformative resilience, the book explores pathways towards a regenerative culture.


Author: Daniel Kehlmann
ISBN: 9789750725364
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Regenerative Design For Sustainable Development

Author: John Tillman Lyle
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471178439
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They are must reading for planning professionals and all concerned citizens." --John Ormsbee Simonds, FASLA. "More designers need to broaden their horizons in the way John Lyle has put forth in this book.

Handbook Of Regenerative Landscape Design

Author: Robert L. France
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420008739
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Mind: Regenerative. Landscape. Design. at. the. Interface. of. Nature. and.
Culture. RESTORATION WRIT LARGE Restoration has become one of the most
economically important (Cunningham 2001), intellectually challenging (Gobster
and Hull 2000; France 2007a), and newsworthy (Fletcher and Da Mosto 2004;
France 2007b) of all forms of modern-day environmental management. However,
it wasn't until I attended my first conference about environmental restoration that I
realized ...

Tourism Culture And Regeneration

Author: Melanie K. Smith
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1845931300
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Tourism, Culture and Regeneration Fig. 4.1. ... According to the English Planning
Ministry, sustainable communities should be: well designed and built – including
appropriate size, scale, density, design and layout, including mixed-use
development, high quality mixed-use durable, flexible and adaptable buildings,
with accessibility of jobs, key services and facilities by public transport, walking
and cycling, and strong business community with links to the wider economy. (
ODPM, 2005) ...