Town Planning Review

Introduction ‘Green cities’ as urban models: contributing to new urban agendas, but how?

Town Planning Review (2020), 91, (4), 349–355.

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Sykes, Olivier

Demaziere, Christophe

Nurse, Alexander

Sykes, Olivier

Demaziere, Christophe

Nurse, Alexander