Latest Urban Studies news 06/03/23

Latest Urban Studies news 06/03/23


First Published:

06 Mar 2023, 12:11 pm

Latest Urban Studies news 06/03/23

New videos – Indian cities today

What are you most excited (or dismayed) by in Indian cities today? Who is writing about it? 9 urbanists reflect on these questions and the Indian urban condition at Urban ARC 2023 in the following playlist on Urban Studies journal’s YouTube channel.

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Latest articles on OnlineFirst

The increasing emission divide between cities of the Global North and Global South: Towards adjustable mitigation scenarios at the city level critical commentary by Yosef Jabareen

In this open access critical commentary Yosef Jabareen examines how the largest 424 cities globally contribute to the global emissions gap, and examine the increasing emission divide between developed and developing cities.


New Reviews on Urban Blog

The City and the Super-Organism book cover

Book review: The City and the Super-Organism: A History of Naturalism in Urban Planning

reviewed by Margherita Tess

“Marco Amati’s aim in The City and the Super-Organism, A History of Naturalism in Urban Planning stems from a very pragmatic question: as people find refuge in cities because of climate change, which kind of alliance between city planning and the sciences do we need for habitability?”

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