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Tag Archives: mike davis
The world’s tallest building has just been opened in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. The Toronto Globe and Mail writes: Soaring 200 storeys and 828 metres into the sky, the world’s tallest structure has opened in Dubai, a monument … Continue reading
Political ecologist Mike Davis writing on the 2007 California Wildfires in the LRB Every year, sometimes in September, but usually in October just before Halloween, when California’s wild vegetation is driest and most combustible, high pressure over the Great Basin … Continue reading
Are there any movies, video games, tv shows, etc that have a positive visions of urban futures? There are plenty of negative ones. Mike Davis thinks Black Hawk Down represents a new icon of the urban future to replace Blade … Continue reading