Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Using networks is important to make communities according to Jane Jacobs

The average American walks about 400 yards a day. That is why Jane Jacobs explains about the possibilities of using urban form for promoting physical activity in the American urban areas. The solution that she introduces in this short video, is using networks in order to make communities. 

more about Jane Jacobs:

An urban legacy in need of renewal

To walk the path of Jane Jacobs – review of What We See, Advancing the Observations of Jane Jacobs

Jane Jacobs was the seer of the modern city

Moses v. Jacobs: Who Lived the Abogo Lifestyle?

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