By M. Paloma Pavel, Carl Anthony
Activists, analysts, and practitioners describe leading edge techniques that advertise fit neighborhoods, reasonable housing, and available transportation all through America's towns and suburbs.
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Persistent poverty is well documented in our inner cities and older suburbs, with associated challenges of joblessness, crime, delinquency, drug trafﬁcking, and changing family structures. New research suggests that these trends are also connected to rising insecurity, loneliness, depression, isolation of the elderly, and stunted development of middle-class children in the nation’s newer sprawling suburbs (Morris 2005). In the ﬁrst decade of the twenty-ﬁrst century, social movements are playing an increasingly visible and important role in building and rebuilding a sense of community in America’s cities, suburbs, and rural areas.
14 Chapter 1 Conclusion The social dimensions of equity and justice are inextricably linked to the environmental dimensions, and the integration of these two sets of objectives can be a powerful framework for organizing. In poor rural communities, new community development strategies increasingly encompass working landscapes and waterfronts, while in urban areas, there is increasingly a combined focus on environmental health and green space, on the one hand, and smart growth that includes equitable investment, on the other.
New alliances are creating models for the next American metropolis. They demonstrate what is working—and what is possible—through building alliances between inner cities, suburbs, and rural areas within metropolitan regions across the nation. Breakthrough practices and leadership strategies that support healthy communities are transforming policies that affect housing, jobs, land use, and transportation. Too often, low-income residents and communities of color are saddled with pollution-creating facilities that contaminate air, land, and water.
Breakthrough Communities: Sustainability and Justice in the Next American Metropolis (Urban and Industrial Environments) by M. Paloma Pavel, Carl Anthony