Browse Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning by Subject "Brazil"
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Greenwashing? The global rise of sustainability and forced housing displacement in Fortaleza, Brazil (2015-04-30)Fortaleza is a lesser-known city of Latin America with over 3.5 million inhabitants, over one-third of whom reside in substandard housing. The city is currently undertaking transportation development projects that are ...
Imagination in the public domain: The case of the homeless workers movement (MTST) in São Paulo, Brazil (2018-04-10)The foundational stone of radical planning, Knowledge and Action in the Public Domain (Friedmann, 1987), focused on the connection between reason and democracy based on the concepts of the single and double loop of learning. ...
(2017-06-16)State-led land takings have been at the forefront of the battle ignited by a light rail development project in Fortaleza, Brazil. The project was planned to repurpose an old railroad upon which informal settlements have ...
(2011-08-25)Many are the transformations and changes in the urbanization processes in Brazil since the late 1980s when the democratic regime was established after twenty years of a dictatorship. In Brazil, the 1990s are characterized ...