Monthly Archives: March 2022

A billion of the world’s most climate-vulnerable people live in informal settlements – here’s what they face

Originally posted on Geography Directions:
By Vanesa Castán Broto, University of Sheffield; Emmanuel Osuteye, UCL, and Linda Westman, University of Sheffield This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. Flooding is common…

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First Emperor:Ancient Mesopotamia

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The power of diagrams in urban studies (part 3) Engels diagram of rings of urban class — Mapping Urban Form and Society

Back in 2018 I wrote about[1] the brilliant cartoon by John Atkinson, (@WrongHands1), Simplified City Map (Figure 1), which I suggested was reminiscent of the classic chart by Ernest Burgess from 1925, which illustrates the growth of cities, based on … Continue reading

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Where do Indians Come From?:A Book by Tony Joseph

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