城市及城市化

不做速度的奴隶:为什么我们都会从“慢城市”中受益

总想加快速度?另一种选择是“让城市慢下来”。 Image: Unsplash / Adrian Schwarz

Paul Tranter

Honorary Associate Professor, School of Science, UNSW

Rodney Tolley

Honorary Research Fellow, Staffordshire University

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步行和骑自行车的人数增加,使人们的体育活动和社交联系也增加了,如意大利的布雷西亚。 Image: Rodney Tolley

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