Is this the last century of the metropolis?
Tom Angotti Professor Emeritus of Urban Policy and Planning at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York
Since the early 20th century the modern metropolis has been equated with human development and progress. Now large cities are the major contributors to climate change and centers of social inequality and climate injustice. What can progressive urbanites do?
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