Urban Ecological Planning: Principles, value positions and application in practice
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The paper presents the principles of Urban Ecological Planning - an approach of urban practice that challenges and supplements outdated technocratic urban planning methodologies that are still dominant in many developing countries. The value positions of this paradigm are illustrated with examples from an extensive fieldwork in Pune, India.
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