Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat: Cities in the Third Millennium

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used to show the world how well they are contributing to global issues such as greenhouse and oil depletion, and to show their local citizens how well they are managing sustainability issues that impact on them directly. However, if a city concentrates only on the local issues it is likely to miss major components of the sustainability agenda as outlined above.


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a
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b
Boyden, S., Millar, S., Newcombe, K. and O'Neill, B., 1981 THE ECOLOGY OF A CITY AND ITS PEOPLE. ANU Press, Canberra.
Brugmann, J. and Hersh, R., 1991 CITIES AS ECOSYSTEMS: OPPORTUNITIES FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT. ICLEI, Toronto.

d
Dunphy, R. and Fisher, K., 1996 TRANSPORT, CONGESTION AND DENSITY: NEW INSIGHTS, Transportation Research Record, No. 1552, TRB, Washington DC.
Daly, H. E. and Cobb, J. B. Jnr., 1989 FOR THE COMMON GOOD: REDIRECTING THE ECONOMY TOWARD COMMUNITY, THE ENVIRONMENT AND A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE. Beacon Press, Boston.

e
Ehrlich, P. R. and Ehrlich, A. H., 1977 POPULATION, RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT. W. H. Freeman, San Francisco.

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