Nationwide Geographic Italia è los angeles rivista che ogni mese racconta le meraviglie del nostro pianeta con reportage esclusivi, fotografie mozzafiato e articoli sempre nuovi e sorprendenti. L’obiettivo è condurre il lettore nei più reconditi segreti della natura, nei misteri della vita animale, tra popolazioni lontane e affascinanti, invitandolo advert apprezzare e a prendersi cura del mondo in cui viviamo.
By Françoise Choay
Que vont devenir nos villes maintenant que l'aménagement de leurs territoires n'est plus considéré comme le fondement de notre société ? Que restera-t-il du patrimoine, passé au rabot de los angeles globalisation ?
A los angeles fois cri d'alarme et prétexte à une réflexion pionnière, le petit livre de Françoise Choay est un modèle de synthèse. Du quartier des cathédrales gothiques à los angeles position Stanislas à Nancy, des trouées haussmaniennes aux villes nouvelles puis aux ensembles urbains étalés à l'infini, Françoise Choay pointe à chaque celebration remark les mentalités, les savoirs recommendations et économiques ont façonné les cités.
Un brévaire indipensable pour tout piéton des villes.
By John Pilger
All through his uncommon profession as a journalist and film-maker, John Pilger has appeared at the back of the 'official' types of occasions to file the true tales of our time.
The centerpiece of this new, multiplied version of his bestselling Distant Voices is Pilger's reporting from East Timor, which he entered secretly in 1993 and the place a 3rd of the inhabitants has died because of Indonesia's genocidal guidelines. This variation additionally includes extra new fabric in addition to the entire unique essays - from the myth-making of the Gulf warfare to the surreal pleasures of Disneyland. Breaking during the consensual silence, Pilger will pay tribute to these dissenting voices we're seldom accredited to listen to.
The Roman Empire continues to be some of the most formative affects at the historical past of Europe and its excellent of a united Europe has haunted politicians ever seeing that. This atlas lines the increase and fall of the 1st nice multinational country - the Roman Empire. It examines its provinces and towns, its alternate and economic climate, its armies and frontier defences, follows its international wars and internecine struggles, and charts its transformation right into a Christian theocracy and assesses its lasting effect.
By Rebecca Solnit
These startling insights on present affairs, politics, tradition, and heritage, continuously expressed in Solnit’s pellucid and swish prose, regularly revise our perspectives of the another way traditional and widespread. Illustrated all through, Storming the Gates of Paradise represents contemporary advancements in Solnit’s considering and provides the reader a breathtaking international view enriched via her generally provocative, inspiring, and hopeful observations.
By Becky Cooper
Armed with hundreds of thousands of clean maps she had painstakingly published through hand, Becky Cooper walked new york from finish to finish. alongside her trip she met law enforcement officials, homeless humans, model versions, and senior voters who had lived in long island all their lives. She requested the strangers to “map their new york” and to mail the personalised maps again to her. quickly, her P.O. field used to be jam-packed with a cartography of intimate narratives: prior loves, misplaced houses, adolescence stories, comical moments, and wonderful confessions. A superbly illustrated, PostSecret-style tribute to ny, Mapping Manhattan contains seventy five maps from either nameless mapmakers and awesome New Yorkers, together with Man on twine aerialist Philippe Petit, New York Times wine critic Eric Asimov, Tony award-winning actor Harvey Fierstein, and plenty of more.
compliment for Mapping Manhattan:
“What an interesting project.”—The long island Times
“A soft cartographic love letter to this undying urban of a number of dimensions, parallel realities, and perpendicular views.” —Brain Pickings
“Cooper’s appealing undertaking linking the lives of recent Yorkers is person who will proceed to grow.” —Publishers Weekly online
By Michael Haynes
That includes 50 mountain climbing routes inside of one hundred fifty km of Montreal, this useful advisor explores trails in the urban, Laval, and within the adjoining Laurentians, Lanaudière, Montérégie, and jap Townships.
Michael Haynes hiked and mapped all the 50 trails, and during this convenient consultant, he presents special maps, path descriptions, and GPS coordinates, in addition to info on time, size, hassle, and amenities on hand on every one direction. To around out the adventure, he additionally comprises images of fascinating websites, charts, mountain climbing information, and sidebars on old, cultural, and typical topics in addition to a thesaurus of universal mountaineering phrases for non-French speakers.
From the Centre de l. a. nature du Mont Saint-Hilaire to le sentier de l'Ours and from le circuit TransTerrebonne to les sentiers du Mont Rigaud, mountaineering Trails of Montreal and past is with no query the easiest hiker's better half to the area, no matter if for quiet afternoon tours or critical multiday expeditions.
Today, for the 1st time within the heritage of Humankind city dwellers outnumber rural citizens. city locations, cities and towns, are of primary value – for the distribution of inhabitants inside nations; within the association of monetary construction, distribution and alternate; within the structuring of social replica and cultural existence; and within the allocation and workout of energy. moreover, through the current century the variety of city dwellers and point of worldwide urbanisation are destined to extend. Even these dwelling past the executive or practical obstacles of a city or urban can have their way of life stimulated to some extent by means of a close-by, or maybe far-off, urban.
The research of cities and towns is a primary part of all social sciences together with geography, which deals a selected standpoint on and perception into the city situation. The valuable objective of this 3rd variation of the e-book continues to be that of delivering teachers and scholars of the modern urban with a finished creation to the increasing box of city reports. The constitution of the 1st variations is maintained, with minor amendments. all of the thirty chapters has been revised to include contemporary advancements within the box. all the renowned examine aids are retained; the thesaurus has been elevated; and bankruptcy references and notes up to date to mirror the most recent examine. This 3rd version additionally offers new and elevated discussions of key topics and debates together with specific attention of metacities, boomburgs, public house, city sprawl, balanced groups, city monetary restructuring, poverty and monetary exclusion, the proper to town, city coverage, opposite migration , and site visitors and shipping problems.
The ebook is split into six major components. half one outlines the sector of city geography and explains the significance of an international standpoint. half explores the expansion of towns from the earliest occasions to the current day and examines the city geography of the most important international areas. half 3 considers the dynamics of city constitution and land use swap in Western towns. half 4 specializes in economic climate, society and politics within the Western urban. partly 5 awareness turns to the city geography of the 3rd global, the place a number of the nations experiencing maximum premiums or city progress are least good built to answer the industrial, social, political and environmental problem. ultimately half six gives a potential at the way forward for towns and towns of the longer term. New to this version are: extra readings according to the most recent learn; up to date information and facts; an improved thesaurus; new key options; extra learn questions; and a list of important websites.
The publication offers a entire interpretation of the city geography of the modern global. Written in a transparent and readable variety, lavishly illustrated with extra than eighty pictures, one hundred eighty figures, a hundred tables and over 2 hundred boxed stories and with a plethora of research aids city Geography: a world point of view represents the final word source for college students of city geography.
By George R. Stewart
George R. Stewart’s vintage research of place-naming within the usa used to be written in the course of international battle II as a tribute to the numerous historical past of the nation’s peoples. greater than part a century later, Names at the Land is still the authoritative resource on its topic, whereas Stewart’s intimate wisdom of the USA and love of anecdote make his e-book a distinct and pleasant window on American historical past and social life.
Names at the Land is an interesting and beautifully distinct landscape of language in motion. Stewart opens with the 1st eu names in what may later be the United States—Ponce de León’s flowery Florída, Cortés’s semi-mythical isle of California, and the purple Rio Colorado—before happening to discover New England, New Amsterdam, and New Sweden, the French and the Russian legacies, and the not going contributions of each person from border ruffians to Boston Brahmins. those full of life pages research the place and why Indian names have been more likely to be retained; nineteenth-century fads that gave upward thrust to dozens of Troys and Athens and to suburban Parksides, Brookmonts, and Woodcrest Manors; and deep and enduring mysteries comparable to why “Arkansas” is Arkansaw, other than after all while it isn’t.
Names at the Land will have interaction somebody who has ever puzzled on the curious names scattered around the American map. Stewart’s solution is often a story—one of the numerous tales that lie in the back of the wealthy and weird range of the us.