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Cities have developed into being artificial environments which have become unhealthy places for people to live Suburbanisation and counter urbanisation processes developed this idea further

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Cities have developed into being artificial environments which have become unhealthy places for people to live

Suburbanisation and counter urbanisation processes developed this idea further

The quality of life declined as pollution, crime, traffic congestion and social problems all contributed to areas where many people found uncomfortable to love in

In recent years there has developed a need to regenerate cities and make them more sustainable – making them more eco-friendly

Using page 253 make notes under the headings opposite

Transport

Groningen – Netherlands

What was the plan

Opposition/Initial effects of plan

Success/Failure?

Urban Ecosystems


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Read pages 236 & 237 – Changing Environment books – you will need to work in room 8 – The books should be on the side by the office door

Urban Ecosystems – Transport Planning

Curitiba – Brazil – How does it work?- Make notes from the page and annotate the map above with the main points


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Urban Forests will need to work in room 8 – The books should be on the side by the office door

Main Aims

Examples

Success/Failure?

Green Belts

What are they & Why are they used?

Positive aspects

Negative Aspects

Urban Forests & Green Belts

Use pages – 258 & 259 and make notes under the headings below


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Urban Ecosystems – Green Belts will need to work in room 8 – The books should be on the side by the office door

  • Above are a number of examples of different types of green belt

  • For each example above outline some of the advantages and disadvantages of the various schemes opposite


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