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  • The location of urban small industries: an ecological approach
  • Urban political ecology, justice and the politics of scale. Special issue
  • Capitalism ; Political ecology ; Scale ; Societal relations ; Urban administration ; Urban ecology ; Urban environment ; Urban geography ; Urban society
  • Germany ; Housing ; Residential area ; Urban area ; Urban construction ; Urban ecology ; Urban renewal ; Urbanism
  • Possibilities of securing stock at a high quality level are demonstrated on the basis of two examples which were realised within the framework of the research field Urban ecology and environmentally compatible building in the programme Experimental
  • house-building and urban development. - (L'A.).
  • Recent changes of the urban residents and residential structure in Sendai City
  • Factorial ecology ; Honshu ; Inner city ; Japan ; Residential location ; Urban ecology ; Urban structure
  • ecological analyses are performed for both years. Then the spatial patterns of the attributes which have remarkable loading on each factor are examined. - (KA)
  • A gender-sensitive urban factorial ecology: male, female, grouped, and gendered social spaces in Saskatoon
  • Canada ; Factorial ecology ; Gender difference ; Multivariate analysis ; Social space ; Urban district ; Urban structure
  • Gramsci in green : neoliberal hegemony through urban forestry and the potential for a political ecology of praxis
  • Civil society ; Forestry ; Hegemony ; Ideology ; Neo liberalism ; Pedagogy ; Political ecology ; United States of America ; Wisconsin
  • A Gramscian perspective and data gathered from 20 in-depth interviews with foresters are used to theorize how rollout policy is deployed through urban forestry (Wisconsin, USA) to extend market hegemony to new geographies. The state's market
  • -oriented regulatory legitimacy is consolidated through the apparently benign act of promoting urban forestry.
  • The Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus L.) in Berlin : feeding ecology along an urban gradient
  • Urban ecology
  • Adaptation ; Berlin ; Fauna ; Germany ; Nutrition ; Urban area
  • Editorial : perspectives of urban ecology. The metropolis of Berlin as a natural and socioeconomic system.
  • Urban ecology
  • Atmosphere ; Berlin ; Biosphere ; Germany ; Hydrosphere ; Soil science ; System ; Urban area
  • Provincializing urban political ecology : towards a situated UPE through African urbanism
  • Applied ecology ; Cape Town ; Neo-marxism ; Political ecology ; Post-structuralism ; Power ; South Africa ; Urban ecology ; Urban theory ; Urbanism ; Urbanization ; Western Cape
  • In this article, the AA. examine urban political ecology (UPE) and African urbanism, specifically in South Africa. They suggest that this approach calls attention to the possibilities that emerge when starting with the everyday and considering
  • Political ecologies of gentrification
  • British Columbia ; Canada ; Environmental management ; Gentrification ; Land value ; Political ecology ; Residential environment ; Sustainable development ; Urban density ; Urban development ; Urban ecology ; Urban geography ; Urban park ; Urbanism
  • Conceptualizing the political ecology of urban infrastructures : insights from technology and urban studies
  • Facilities ; Governance ; Infrastructure ; Innovation ; Political ecology ; Technology ; Urban ecology ; Urban geography
  • Urbanisation-okologische Grundlagen, Probleme und Ausblick. (Urbanisation-ecological fundamentals, problems and outlook)
  • The structure of the system of urban sphere is interpreted by a comparison between almost natural and urban ecosystems. Specific characteristics and functions of urban ecosystems are described, which, for instance result in high productivity
  • Sustainability begins at home ? An ecological exploration of sub/urban Australian community-focused housing initiatives
  • Australia ; Community ; Ecosystem ; Habitability ; Housing ; Sustainable development ; Town ; Urban ecology
  • Differentiation characteristics and influencing factors of ecological land rent among provinces in China
  • Agriculture ; China ; Cluster analysis ; Ecological footprint ; Ecology ; Economic development ; Environmental management ; Industrialization ; Man-environment relations ; Spatial analysis ; Sustainable development ; Urbanization
  • correlation analysis. It is shown that population distribution, economic level and industrial structure were all important influencing factors. Population density, urbanization level, economic density were all shown to be positively related to total ecological
  • Ecological land rent is the excess profit produced by resource scarcity. This paper, by calculating the respective ecological land rents of all the provinces in China for the years 2002 and 2007, and with the assistance of the software programs
  • ArcGIS and GeoDA, analyzes the spatial differentiation characteristics of ecological land rent; then, the influencing factors of ecological land rent differentiation among the provinces are examined using the methods of traditional regression and spatial
  • land rent. However, there was also a negative correlation between ecological land rent and agricultural output percentage.
  • Megapolitan political ecology and urban metabolism in Southern Appalachia
  • Appalachian Mountains ; Climatic change ; Ecology ; Governance ; Megalopolis ; Political ecology ; United States of America ; Urban dynamics ; Urban growth ; Urban metabolism ; Urbanization
  • This article examines the Piedmont megapolitan political ecology and urban metabolism in Southern Appalachia. First, it considers the central role urban metabolic connections play in the region's pressing social and environmental crises. Second
  • , it illuminates these human and nonhuman urban metabolisms across the Piedmont megapolitan region using data from the Coweeta Long-Term Eco-logical Research (LTER) program, especially highlighting a growing “ring of asphalt” that epito-mizes several developing
  • changes to patterns of metabolism. The conclusion suggests that changing urban metabolisms indicated by Coweeta LTER data, ranging from flows of people to flows of wa-ter, pose a complicated problem for regional governance and vitality in the future.
  • Peri-urban land reform, political-economic reform, and urban political ecology in Zanzibar
  • Land ; Neo liberalism ; Participation ; Tanzania ; Urban development
  • Spatial patterns of ecological carrying capacity supply-demand balance in China at county level
  • Applied ecology ; Carrying capacity ; China ; Ecological footprint ; Geographical information system ; Index ; Spatial analysis ; Supply-demand balance
  • population density. Along with the rapid development and urbanization trends in China, ecological deficits in these regions will become more severe.
  • Firstly, the ecological supply and demand balance was calculated and evaluated, and secondly, the ecological carrying capacity index (ECCI) was derived for each county of China in 2007, and finally this paper systematically evaluated the ecological
  • carrying capacity supply-demand balance of China. The results showed that ecological deficit appeared to be the main characteristic of ecological carrying capacity supply-demand balance in 2007 of China at county scale. The spatial distribution
  • of the ecological carrying capacity demand-supply was unbalanced ranging from significant overloading to affluence from southeastern to northwestern part of China. It appeared to be more dominant in regions located at coastal areas which had a generally higher
  • Urban constellations
  • Berlin ; Buenos Aires ; Creativeness ; Cultural studies ; Lagos ; London ; Los Angeles ; Political ecology ; Seoul ; Site of memory ; Urban change ; Urban geography ; Urbanization
  • of economic instability, the political ecology of urban nature, and the presence of collective memory. Cultural aspects of urban change are considered, including the work of artists and film makers who have critically engaged with processes of urban change
  • This edited volume brings together a range of international scholarship on cities, urbanization, and urban culture. The format of the collection involves short essays that explore such themes as new forms of political mobilization, the effects
  • Close together and worlds apart: an analysis of changes in the ecology of income in Canadian cities
  • Canada ; Inner city ; Living standard ; Neighbourhood ; Social status ; Toronto ; Urban area ; Urban ecology ; Urban life ; Urban structure ; Wage inequality
  • continue to grow in most cities, in a few places these contrasts are overwhelmed by internal diversity and by new clusters of poverty and wealth. The ecology of income is more complex and variable than can be predicted.
  • Urban political ecology. Theoretical concepts, challenges, and suggested future directions
  • Concept ; Human ecology ; Political ecology ; Power ; Urban area ; Urban environment