DEALING WITH DYSFUNCTION IN THE NATION'S INCREASINGLY OBSOLETE SYSTEM FOR LAND USE MANAGEMENT: Guidance From The Past for State-Coordinated Planning and Decision-Making.Fobi, Lum.
Abstract: Urban sprawl, socioeconomic segregation, ecological neglect, environmental injustice, and unequal allocation of public services - these all illustrate some of the unfortunate consequences of America's unguided and uncoordinated land use system. Since the initial adoption of the current system for land use planning and control, massive industrialization, population growth, urbanization, a... read more
- Tufts University. Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning.
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