Author Archives: Rashid Faridi

About Rashid Faridi

I am Rashid Aziz Faridi ,Writer, Teacher and a Voracious Reader.

Resilience of Cities

  Urban resilience has conventionally been defined as the “measurable ability of any urban system, with its inhabitants, to maintain continuity through all shocks and stresses, while positively adapting and transforming towards sustainability”.Therefore, a resilient city is one that assesses, plans, … Continue reading

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Unraveling Latent Aspects of Urban Expansion: Desertification Risk Reveals More — DESERTIFICATION

Egidi, G.; Zambon, I.; Tombolin, I.; Salvati, L.; Cividino, S.; Seifollahi-Aghmiuni, S.; Kalantari, Z. Unraveling Latent Aspects of Urban Expansion: Desertification Risk Reveals More. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2020, 17, 4001. by Gianluca Egidi 1,Ilaria Zambon 1,Ilaria Tombolin … Continue reading

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Changing Urban scenario in the Nineteenth Century in Ottoman Urban Space

In nineteenth-century, urban space in the Balkans underwent a drastic change. The urban population constantly expanded, with Christians especially increasing in number. Owing to energetic activity on the part of non-Muslim merchants and artisans, the urban economy as a whole … Continue reading

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Why herd immunity to COVID-19 is reached much earlier than thought – update

Originally posted on Iowa Climate Science Education:
Reposted from Dr. Judith Curry?s Climate Etc. Posted on July 27, 2020 by niclewis By Nic Lewis I showed in my May 10th article Why herd immunity to COVID-19 is reached much earlier…

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