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Does the old concept that the cities are for people to live in and the countryside is for growing food in still have any relevance when our cheap transport system is no longer able to function? Viljoen argues not. We should view our cities as much in terms of being productive spaces as we view our rural areas" Review by Rob Hopkins 26 Apr Transition Culture "an astounding book" Debora Solomon 7th June on Transition Culture "CPULs is a compelling vision for urban planners and landscape architects.

The book is loaded with truly useful facts and case studies yet somehow remains a riveting read for lay-folk. I cannot recommend this book highly enough. I hope that its concepts are embraced by those who are in a position to implement urban planning of this nature.

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The notion of CPULS deserves to feature prominently in design and architecture curricula, informing a new generation of people designing our cities and potentially our well-being through our access to healthy food". Debora Solomon 9th June on Culiblog 'This is an important book that both challenges and contributes to current urban thinking.

It is both inspiring and practical, reminding of us that sophisticated high density urban life can benefit from looking to examples from such places as the traditional Chinese city or current practice in Cuba to ways in which we can develop a more ecological and healthy way forward. If we are to be serious about sustainable urban development then these questions of greening the city and of local food production and distribution, are of immense importance.

This is not a grand plan, but one that can be applied to both old and new areas in an incremental manner. It is now up to all of us to apply the lessons learnt with a sense of urgency wherever we may live. As an alternative to sprawl or hyper-density, Viljoen, Bohn, and Howe's vision is important, fleshed out enough to be debated productively.

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You have an issue with your library account. Please contact library mmu. ISBN : , , Note : Includes bibliographies and index. Physical Description : xxii, p. Subject : Sustainable agriculture. Reproduction : Electronic reproduction. Dawson Books.

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Mode of access: World Wide Web. Other formats : Also available in printed form. Reviews "an astounding book" Debora Solomon 7th June on Transition Culture "a book of the most profound importance at this point in history". Find more by Author Howe, J.