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    • ISRAELI MANAGEMENT OF WATER RESOURCES: A STORY OF NATION BUILDING, NATURE TRANSFORMATION, AND ALIENATION OF PALESTINIANS FROM THEIR ENVIRONMENT 

      Shehadeh, Lama (2019)
      Since the early Zionist settlement project in Palestine, water resource management systems have been employed by the Israeli nation-building project. This research explores the development of Israeli approaches to water ...
    • The Life and Death of the American Pedestrian Mall 

      Matuke, Samantha (2019-08)
      Planners enthusiastically implement pedestrian malls across America, without fully understanding their failure in the 20th century. To ensure new malls avoid economic decline, increased crime, increased vacancy, or low ...
    • Collected Fictions: Some Masterpieces 

      Boletto, Ottavia; Zau, Christina; Judge-Tyson, Morgan; Lee, Ji Eun; Dmitrashchuk, Aleksandr; Munoz, Jorge Alberto; Ely, Catie; Yu, Linjun; Xu, Jicheng; Xu, Tianjun; Kim, Hyung Joon; Wei, Jiaying; Zhang, Yilin; Gil, Fabiana; Berenger, Robin; Rubin, Nicole; Wong, Andrew (AAP College of Architecture, Art and Planning, Cornell University, 2017)
      The Collected Fictions Project explores the blurry boundaries of our memory in understanding architecture masterpieces. The role of photography in massively disseminating those works is clear, as it is also in trying to ...
    • Connecting Natural and Societal Domains for Sustainable Rural Community-based Water Systems in Odisha, India 

      Mendhekar, Disha (Cornell University, 2017-08-21)
      The purpose of this thesis is to develop a conceptual framework for analyzing whether the interactions between natural and societal domains of rural drinking water infrastructure are complementary in nature. Much of this ...
    • Planning for Urban Biodiversity in a Divided World 

      Pierce, Jennifer (Cornell University, 2015-01)
      Despite over two decades of effort, biodiversity loss has persisted at increasing rates. Interests focus on protection of key habitats, while the drivers of biodiversity loss continue unabated. With repeated failure to ...