The important point here is how pedestrians can be generated in an environment around a catalyst.
Project designers are increasingly including participation by children and young adults in their design processes. Several recent publications consider this issue—particularly in the context of urban design.
Neal Kumar Katyal of the Georgetown University Law Center breaks that mind-set and reviews in detail several effective design strategies to reduce crime.
Humans routinely modify the land around them, often leading to ecological and social consequences—consequences that can affect the landscape’s character. This is the second of a two-part article that examines some current research on how landscape preferences can support actions to preserve an area’s ecology and character.