2 edition of Rethinking rubbish in London found in the catalog.
Rethinking rubbish in London
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|Contributions||London (England). Mayor.|
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A thoughtful and thought-provoking book.", Sunday Times (UK) "Entertaining and important Elegantly written and full of surprises.", Daily Telegraph (UK) "Full of fascinating stories about ideas that were thought to be rubbish at the time but whose hour came later A treasure trove The pleasure, and it is considerable, is in the examples /5(13).
"Rubbish" is a highly academic book about "The Garbage Project" at the University of Arizona's Anthropology Department. The main idea behind "The Garbage Project" is to gain information about society by analyzing garbage patterns in various by: The Mayor’s draft Municipal Waste Management Strategy included modelling, which identified shortfalls in London’s ability to meet the Landfill Directive targets under various scenarios An analysis of the costs of the scenarios modelled demonstrated that business as usual would be more costly than other waste management options.
I bought Rubbish!: The Archaeology of Garbage quite some time ago off a remainder table at Borders, according to the price tag. I'm glad it still seems to be in print. This book examines what our garbage tells about ourselves, both in terms of how we're currently dealing with it, as well as what the subtitle suggests.4/5.
rethink (rē-thĭngk′) tr. & intr.v. rethought (-thôt′), rethinking, rethinks To reconsider (something) or to involve oneself in reconsideration. re′think′ n. rethink′er n. rethink vb, -thinks, -thinking or -thought to think about (something) again, esp with a view to changing one's.
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“Rubbish and Recycling” My son's not quite four yet but he is always asking questions about where waste water goes and what happens to the rubbish that goes into the dustcart. Although this was meant to be a young reader's book, I found it equally valuable to read to him to explain everything he wanted to know in a straightforward and well.
Slumdog Cities: Rethinking Subaltern Urbanism ANANYA ROY Abstract ijur_ This article is an intervention in the epistemologies and methodologies of urban studies. It seeks to understand and transform the ways in which the cities of the global South are studied and represented in urban research, and to some extent in popular.
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