Published October 31, 2007
by Wallflower Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Andrew Webber (Editor), Emma Wilson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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”In an age when star architects dominate our attention, the Danish architect-urbanist Henrik Valeur’s book on India’s urban transition is an important reminder to us of a longstanding parallel history of architecture and urbanism, one where architects tackle social problems . India: the Urban Transition is a book by the Danish architect-urbanist Henrik Valeur, curator of an award winning exhibition about the urban transition of China. The book is based on the author's collaboration with activists, bureaucrats, developers, entrepreneurs, Author: Henrik Valeur. Smart, Resilient and Transition Cities: The book guides the reader along new governance paths, characterized by continuous learning and close cooperation and communication among different actors and stakeholders and, in so doing, helps them to overcome current ‘siloed’ approaches to climate issues. The book also contains lots of ‘Tools for Transition’, exercises and activities that can help to deepen this work in your community. There are now over 40 Transition Towns in the UK, with more joining as the idea takes off. With little proactivity at government level, communities are taking matters into their own hands and acting locally.