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Planetary gentrification and urban (re)development

://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QR5VNEJABS8 [accessed: 27.02.2019]. Chelcea L. 14.03.2018 „The Housing Question” in Eastern Europe Today: Gentrification in Post-Socialist Cities online lecture Available from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QR5VNEJABS8 [accessed: 27.02.2019] Clark, E. (2005) The order and simplicity of gentrification - a political challenge [in:] R. Atkinson & G. Bridge, eds., Gentrification in a Global Context: The New Urban Colonialism Routledge, London, 256–264. Clark E. 2005 The order and simplicity of gentrification - a political challenge Atkinson

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Urban development under EU cohesion policy – an example of major cities in Poland

opportunity, but also inequality. Therefore, they are places where it is particularly important to ensure an inclusive education system, inclusive labour market, inclusive infrastructure and public services, and an inclusive housing market and urban environment. Fostering more inclusive growth in cities requires a coordinated mix of policies (e.g. social, educational, environmental). The spatial scale to which policies are applied – neighbourhoods, metropolitan areas, regions – is also of utmost importance ( OECD 2016 ). The importance of urban questions has been

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Linear revitalization – problems and challenges. Discursive article

aspekty rewitalizacji. Śródmieścia, blokowiska, tereny poprzemyslowe, pokolejowe i powojskowe (Rewitalizacja miast polskich 4 Instytut Rozwoju Miast Kraków 25 87 [in Polish] The New Charter of Athens 2003 (2003) The European Council of Town Planners’ Vision for Cities in the 21 st century, available from: http://www.demo.ba.itc.cnr.it/RE/Documenti/The%20New%20Charter%20of%20Athens%202003.htm [accessed 11.03.2017]. The New Charter of Athens 2003 2003 The European Council of Town Planners’ Vision for Cities in the 21 st century available from http

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Embedding resilience of urban areas to climate change: a case study of Rotterdam

end of 2014 with the aim of identifying and classifying resilient urban projects implemented in Rotterdam. During the research 63 urban projects were identified that had been implemented and which were related to climate change. Some of them were extensions or enhancements of earlier developments e.g. heightening and adapting dikes. The research was conducted in four stages: identification of urban developments related to building resilience; creation of a survey sheet; land inventory of the urban developments identified: filling-in the survey

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