Karina Pallagst

Member, Shrinking Cities International Research Network

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Member of the Shrinking Cities International Research Network; Program Director at the University of California, Berkeley's Institute of Urban and Regional Development

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A new movement for grappling with dying cities has emerged in recent years. Instead of just coping with the wreckage of decline, it focuses on intentionally shrinking cityscapes.

Redefining the Urban Landscape

A new movement for grappling with dying cities has emerged in recent years. Instead of just coping with the wreckage of decline, it focuses on intentionally shrinking cityscapes.

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