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Resources of the City : Contributions to an Environmental History of Modern Europe

By: Luckin, Bill.
Contributor(s): Massard-Guilbaud, Geneviève | Schott, Dieter | Pinol, Professor Jean-Luc.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Historical Urban Studies Series: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2017Description: 1 online resource (300 p.).ISBN: 9781351903790.Subject(s): Cities and towns - Europe - HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Resources of the City : Contributions to an Environmental History of Modern EuropeDDC classification: 577.56094 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Notes on Contributors -- General Editors' Preface -- 1 Resources of the City: Towards a European Urban Environmental History -- 2 A Metabolic Approach to the City: Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Paris -- 3 Urban Horses and Changing City-Hinterland Relationships in the United States -- 4 'Returning to Nature': Vacation and Life Style in the Montréal Region -- 5 Citizens in Pursuit of Nature: Gardens, Allotments and Private Space in European Cities, 1850-2000
6 Sustainable Naples: The Disappearance of Nature as Resource -- 7 The Struggle for Urban Space: Nantes and Clermont-Ferrand, 1830-1930 -- 8 Sanitate Crescamus: Water Supply, Sewage Disposal and Environmental Values in a Victorian Suburb -- 9 Resource Management and Environmental Transformations. Water Incorporation at the Time of Industrialization: Milan, 1880-1940 -- 10 Constructing Urban Infrastructure for Multiple Resource Management: Sewerage Systems in the Industrialization of the Rhineland, Germany
11 Towards the Socialist Sanitary City: Urban Water Problems in East German New Towns, 1945-1970 -- 12 Experts and Water Quality in Paris in 1870 -- 13 Noise Abatement and the Search for Quiet Space in the Modern City -- 14 Environmental Justice, History and the City: The United States and Britain, 1970-2000 -- 15 'In Stadt und Land': Differences and Convergences between Urban and Local Environmentalism in West Germany, 1950-1980 -- 16 Path Dependence and Urban History: Is a Marriage Possible? -- Index
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Notes on Contributors -- General Editors' Preface -- 1 Resources of the City: Towards a European Urban Environmental History -- 2 A Metabolic Approach to the City: Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Paris -- 3 Urban Horses and Changing City-Hinterland Relationships in the United States -- 4 'Returning to Nature': Vacation and Life Style in the Montréal Region -- 5 Citizens in Pursuit of Nature: Gardens, Allotments and Private Space in European Cities, 1850-2000

6 Sustainable Naples: The Disappearance of Nature as Resource -- 7 The Struggle for Urban Space: Nantes and Clermont-Ferrand, 1830-1930 -- 8 Sanitate Crescamus: Water Supply, Sewage Disposal and Environmental Values in a Victorian Suburb -- 9 Resource Management and Environmental Transformations. Water Incorporation at the Time of Industrialization: Milan, 1880-1940 -- 10 Constructing Urban Infrastructure for Multiple Resource Management: Sewerage Systems in the Industrialization of the Rhineland, Germany

11 Towards the Socialist Sanitary City: Urban Water Problems in East German New Towns, 1945-1970 -- 12 Experts and Water Quality in Paris in 1870 -- 13 Noise Abatement and the Search for Quiet Space in the Modern City -- 14 Environmental Justice, History and the City: The United States and Britain, 1970-2000 -- 15 'In Stadt und Land': Differences and Convergences between Urban and Local Environmentalism in West Germany, 1950-1980 -- 16 Path Dependence and Urban History: Is a Marriage Possible? -- Index

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Dieter Schott is a Professor at the History Department of Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany. Bill Luckin is a Research Professor in Urban History at Bolton Institute, UK. Dr Geneviève Massard-Guilbaud works at the Université de Clermont-Ferrand, France.

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