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Charles Little's Greenways for America describes this remarkable citizen-led effort to get Americans out of their cars and into the landscape via greenways.

Charles Little's Greenways for America describes this remarkable citizen-led effort to get Americans out of their cars and into the landscape via greenways. Series: Creating the North American Landscape. Paperback: 288 pages. Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press (May 1, 1995).

Greenways for America book. Greenways for America (Creating the North American Landscape). 0801851408 (ISBN13: 9780801851407). A description of the citizen-led effort to get Americans out of their cars and into the landscape via greenways - linear open spaces that preserve and restore nature in cities, suburbs and rural areas.

The American author Charles Little in his 1990 book, Greenways for America, defines a greenway as. .Urban riverside (or other water body) greenways, usually created as part of (or instead of) a redevelopment program along neglected, often run-down, city waterfronts.

The American author Charles Little in his 1990 book, Greenways for America, defines a greenway as: a linear open space established along either a natural corridor, such as a riverfront, stream valley or ridgeline, or overland along a railroad right-of-way converted to recreational use, a canal, scenic road or other route. Recreational greenways, featuring paths and trails of various kinds, often relatively long distance, based on natural corridors as well as canals, abandoned rail beds, and public rights-of-way.

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The American author Charles Little in his 1990 book, Greenways for America defines a greenway a.

The American author Charles Little in his 1990 book, Greenways for America defines a greenway as. a linear open space established along either a natural corridor, such as a riverfront, stream valley, or ridgeline, or overland along a railroad right-of-way converted to recreational use, a canal, scenic road or other route.

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A description of the citizen-led effort to get Americans out of their cars and into the landscape via greenways - linear open spaces that preserve and restore nature in cities, suburbs and rural areas.

5 Charles E. Little outlines the history of greenway development in his book Little Greenways for America, in which he. Little outlines the history of greenway development in his book Little Greenways for America, in which he describes the concrete and quite immediate social, environmental, and economic benefits that their greenways confer upon the cities, suburbs, and countryside areas in which they are located. See Little Greenways for America: Creating the North American Landscape (Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins University Press, 1990), 30–36. 7 Benton MacKaye, The New Exploration: A Philosophy of Regional Planning (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1962).

Describes the characteristics of greenways, or linear open spaces, shows how they restore contact with nature, and offers advice on planning, engineering, and politics
Greenways for America (Creating the North American Landscape) download epub
Engineering
Author: Professor Charles E. Little
ISBN: 080184066X
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press (October 1, 1990)
Pages: 288 pages