Making Smart Growth Work

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Making Smart Growth Work

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  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780874208832
  • DDC分類 307.12160973

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No Canadian city has been featured in cinema more than Toronto. The reel city of Toronto is a place of fascinating complexity, rich contradiction, and radical transformation. In Toronto on Film, Geoff Pevere looks at Toronto's portrayal by filmmakers such as David Cronenberg and Atom Egoyan and in seminal films such as Don Owen's Nobody Waved Goodbye and Don Shebib's Goin' Down the Road. Pevere shows how filmmakers such as Deepa Mehta (Sam and Me, Bollywood/Hollywood) and Srnivas Krishna (Masala) created an alternative and magical view of the city. The book also includes essays by critic and scholar Matthew Hays; Toronto International Film Festival co-director and CEO Piers Handling; former Take One editor and publisher, Wyndham Wise; filmmaker and scholar Brenda Longfellow; and associate director of Canadian programming at TIFF, Steve Gravestock.

Table of Contents

Foreword and Acknowledgments                       v
Smart Growth Defined 1 (12)
The Suburban Ideal---Dashed 2 (3)
Why Smart Growth? 5 (1)
Smart Growth in Theory and Practice 6 (3)
Support for Smart Development 9 (1)
This Book 9 (4)
Principles of Smart Growth: Compact, Multiuse 13 (16)
Development
Compact, Multiuse Development: What and Why 13 (6)
Issues Raised by Compact Development 19 (2)
A Mix of Uses 21 (3)
Issues in Mixing Uses 24 (1)
Systemic Obstacles to Compact, Multiuse 25 (1)
Development
Key Qualities of Compact, Multiuse 26 (1)
Development
Reasons for Hope 27 (2)
Principles of Smart Growth: Open-Space 29 (14)
Conservation
Open Space: What and Why 30 (2)
A Green Infrastructure 32 (3)
Tools for Protecting Open Space 35 (2)
Issues and Obstacles 37 (2)
Key Qualities of Smart Protection of Open 39 (2)
Space
A Sustaining Role 41 (2)
Principles of Smart Growth: Expanded Mobility 43 (24)
The Current Situation 43 (5)
The Primacy of the Suburban Model 48 (2)
Transportation Solutions 50 (13)
Key Qualities of Expanded Mobility 63 (1)
Investment Priorities 64 (3)
Principles of Smart Growth: Enhanced 67 (14)
Livability
Housing Choices 68 (5)
Educational Opportunities 73 (2)
Employment Opportunities 75 (1)
Community Services and Amenities 76 (1)
Place Making 77 (1)
Key Qualities of Smart Livability 78 (1)
Creating Livable Regions 79 (2)
Growing Smart in Suburban Greenfields 81 (36)
The Greenfield Challenge to Smart Growth 81 (2)
Market-Based Practices 83 (5)
Regulatory Incentives 88 (14)
Regulatory Requirements 102(10)
Smart Growth in Rural and Remote Areas 112(3)
Getting the Job Done 115(2)
Growing Smart through Infill and Redevelopment 117(36)
Viewing Urban Land as a Valuable Resource 117(1)
Demographics Driving Development 118(1)
Reuse Projects 119(3)
Infill Projects 122(8)
Issues and Obstacles 130(3)
Conditions for Project Success 133(2)
Promoting Infill and Redevelopment 135(16)
Evening the Odds for Infill Development 151(2)
Mobilizing Support for Smart Growth 153(1)
A Toolkit of Smart-Growth Actions 154(4)
The Regional Imperative 158(4)
Collaborative Approaches 162(11)
Commitments Needed 173