Ecoso exchange newsletter 2/29; Dec. 1993

(1993) Ecoso exchange newsletter 2/29; Dec. 1993. Ecoso exchange newsletter, 2 (29). pp. 1-14.


In this issue: Pages: 1. News from the Crow Collection (Report-back on Planning for Elderly Discussion) 3. Can We Build Better Cities? (Newman/Kenworthy) 4. Visit of Manfred Max Neef (Chilean "Barefoot Economist") 5. A Gift to Developers - City of Melbourne Bill 7. Reinventing Planning (Angela Munro) 8. Public Transport a Public Asset(Julie Statkus) 9. Traffic Calming in Cracow (Poland) 10. Mutualism. Ideas about Co-ops (Race Matthews) 13. Services for Aged in Short Supply (Deidre Jones) 14. Ecoso Guidelines and Subscription Information

Item type Article
Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1205 Urban and Regional Planning
Historical > FOR Classification > 1608 Sociology
Current > Collections > Crow Papers
Keywords older people, carers, respite care, mental health, Kooris, amalgamations of health centres, city planning, improved access to urban services, sustainable local communities, City Of Melbourne Bill, 1993, elitist residential areas, Sanctuary Cove, neighbourhood planning, environmental sustainability, urban areas, public transport system, Conservation Council of Victoria, Peter Newman, Jeff Kenworthy, Peter Vintila
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