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European Spatial Research and Policy

Title

Book Reviews

Abstract

A Tale of More than Two Cities: Deconstructing Sustainable Urbanity: OECD, Rethinking Urban Sprawl: Moving towards Sustainable Cities, OECD Publishing, Paris 2018, 166 pages; Nico TILLIE, Synergetic Urban Landscape Planning in Rotterdam: Liveable Low-Carbon Cities, TU Delft, Delft 2018, 284 pages; Ashley DAWSON, Extreme cities: The peril and promise of urban life in the age of climate change, Verso, New York 2019, 378 pages. Ari-Veikko ANTTIROIKO, Wellness City, Health and Well-Being in Urban Economic Development, Palgrave Pivot, Cham 2018, 159 pages. Alex JOHNSON, Book Towns. Forty-Five Paradises of the Printed Word, Frances Lincoln, an imprint of the Quarto Group, London 2018, 192 pages. Rachel DODDS, Richard W. BUTLER (eds.), Overtourism: Issues, Realities and Solutions, De Gruyter, Berlin/Boston, 2019, 288 pages.

Language

eng

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DAWSON, A. (2019), Extreme Cities: The Peril and Promise of Urban Life in the Age of Climate Change, New York, NY: Verso.

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UNWTO (2018), ‘Overtourism’? Understanding and Managing Urban Tourism Growth beyond Perceptions, Madrid: World Tourism Organization.

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