Biophilic Cities Journal, Vol. 2 No. 2 (March 2019)
About this Issue:
The focused theme for this issue of the journal is creating equitable biophilic cities. So critical to the achievement of a vision of cities where residents can experience nature as a component of their daily lives is ensuring that this important need is met for all. In many ways this requires engaging new voices in planning and design and shaping policies that are conscientious of the challenges inherent in our governmental systems and the unintended consequences of projects and programs that have good intentions. We have captured many stories in this issue of the journal that speak to the potential of how we can work towards making access to nature more equitable in cities.
Table of Contents:
THE NATUREFUL CITY
PARTNER CITY PROJECT PROFILES
THE ROOTS OF BIOPHILIC CITIES (THEORY & HISTORY OF BIOPHILIC DESIGN)