By Stanley D. Brunn,Maureen Hays-Mitchell,Donald J. Zeigler,Jessica K. Graybill
This variation focuses in particular on city environmental concerns, social and financial injustice, defense and clash, the historical past of city cost, city versions, and way of life. construction on 2015 because the yr of Water, the e-book introduces city water matters as a standard undercurrent working via all chapters. The individuals discover how wateraffects towns and the way towns impact water—from glacier loss to starting to be aridity, sea-level upward push, elevated flooding, potable water shortage, and past. Vignettes of key towns supply the reader a shiny figuring out of way of life and the “spirit of place.”
Liberally illustrated in complete colour with a brand new number of photos, maps, and diagrams, the textual content additionally contains particular textboxes to spotlight key subject matters resembling gender and town, Islamic type, and international warming. sincerely written and well timed,Cities of the area will be priceless for introductory or complex periods on international towns, neighborhood geography, the constructing international, and concrete studies.
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