Learning From Local Identities to Transform Cities

Sandholz, Simone, (2023). Learning From Local Identities to Transform Cities. eGov Magazine, 19(09 - Urban 20 Special Issue), 36-37

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  • Sub-type Magazine article
    Author Sandholz, Simone
    Title Learning From Local Identities to Transform Cities
    Appearing in eGov Magazine
    Volume 19
    Issue No. 09 - Urban 20 Special Issue
    Publication Date 2023-06-28
    Place of Publication Noida
    Publisher Indian National Institute of Urban Affairs/Technical Secretariat of Urban 20
    Start page 36
    End page 37
    Language eng
    Abstract Transforming cities towards sustainability requires an understanding of the particularities of the respective city. Being aware of which places are particularly meaningful to whom, and why, can help make cities places not just for a few but for all. Considering memories from the past and new memories being built as important features of any city should become an intrinsic part of planning, as already happening in many cities worldwide. This way the urban arena is continuously filled with new life, knowledge and memories, making cities fit for the future without losing their past.
    Keyword Urban identity
    Memory
    Collective knowledge
    Production of space
    Copyright Holder The Editors
    Copyright Year 2023
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISSN 0973161X
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