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Spring 2004 New York Features

City Planners Realize Windfalls for Developers and Oppose Inclusionary Zoning  Alex Schafran Planning in New York City : Walls that..

April 30, 2004

Olympic Glory or Fool’s Gold?: New Yorkers Boo Stadium and Midtown Plan

By Eugene J. Patron Just a stone’s throw from Manhattan ’s famed Theatre District, the curtain has risen on one of the city’s major..

April 24, 2004

Planning for All New Yorkers:The Campaign for Community-Based Planning

By Eve Baron The year 2001 was a landmark one for electoral politics in New York City. Due to the first-time imposition of term limits,..

April 24, 2004

Planning in New York City: Walls that Divide, Bridges that Unite

By Tom Angotti As the preeminent global center of capitalism, New York City thrives on the free flow of capital. But it’s not so liberal..

April 24, 2004

City Planners Realize Windfalls for Developers and Oppose Inclusionary Zoning

By Alex Schafran New York City ’s planners are rezoning land left and right to make way for new housing. They refuse to adopt, however, a..

April 24, 2004

Winter 2004 Food and Planning

Bad Meat and Brown Bananas  By David C. Sloane 7th Generation By Katherine Crewe Philadelphia’s Food Trust and Supermarket Access By..

January 30, 2004

Building an Alternative to the Global Food System in Jalisco, Mexico

By Danielle Schami The majority of small-scale producers in Mexico contend with multiple pressures that impair their efforts to grow food...

January 24, 2004

Linking the Land and the Lunchroom: Insights for Planners from the Wisconsin Homegrown Lunch Farm-to-School Project

By Heather Stouder A key (and often contradictory) challenge for local food system initiatives is to take a syst ematic approach to move..

January 24, 2004

Food System Planning: Setting the Community’s Table

By Mark Winne   Food system planning is a relatively new concept that grows out of American society’s increasing concern for what it..

January 24, 2004

Bad Meat and Brown Bananas: Building a Legacy of Health by Confronting Health Disparities around Food

By David C. Sloane for the African Americans Building a Legacy of Health Coalition /REACH 2010 Project What do planners have to do with..

January 24, 2004
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