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Author (up) Henckel, D.
Title Sustainable Governance of the Urban Night Type Journal Article
Year 2019 Publication Nauchni trudove Abbreviated Journal
Volume 1 Issue Pages 219-233
Keywords Planning; Society; Sustainability; Conservation
Abstract Since humans are day active primates the differences between day and night seem to be so deeply rooted that a holistic, integrative view of the 24 hours cycle of the city is far from being established. Notwithstanding all the topical talking about the 24/7 city, the analysis of cities and their governance focuses mainly on the day, even if we witness an increasing “colonization of the world after dark” (Melbin, 1987). This extension of activity into the night is producing a growing number of conflicts.
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