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November/December 2000

November/December 2000 Planning

Selected Feature Breath of Air in Harlem  by Peggy Dye Shedding Light on the Shades of Strategic Planning  by Jordi Borja What Planners..

November 30, 2000

What Planners Don’t Know About Food: Food Planning in New york and Beyond

by John Nettleton In recent Planners Network articles on alternative plans for New York City, there was no discussion about the natural..

November 18, 2000

Shedding Light on the Shades of Strategic Planning

by Jordi Borja [In the last issue of PN, Fabricio Leal de Oliveira criticized the theory and practice of strategic planning in Latin..

November 18, 2000

A Breath of Air in Harlem

by Peggy Dye In the 1930s, Robert Moses, master planner for New York, stripped Harlem of potential park along the Hudson River where,..

November 18, 2000
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