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255 Index Page numbers followed by letters f and t refer to figures and tables, respectively. abandoned buildings/spaces, in U.S. cities, 169; Anacostia, Washington, DC, 194; Baltimore, Maryland, 21–24, 25, 28–34, 142, 148, 149; Bronx, New York City, 128, 130–31, 169; Chicago, Illinois, 43; Detroit, Michigan, 12, 213; Manhattan’s High Line and transformation of, 203; reclamation and transformation of, 31–34. See also community gardens abandoned mine land reclamation: EPCAMR and, 10, 85–86, 89; organizations dedicated to, 93; value of cattails in, 90f. See also Eastern Pennsylvania Coalition for Abandoned Mine Reclamation Abhyankar, Aniruddha, 5 academics, collaboration with practitioners, 3–5, 14, 251–52 adaptive change, 125, 163 adaptive cycle(s), 159–60, 160f, 162; interaction among, 161, 161f adaptive governance, 10, 158, 165–68; challenges for, 167; civic ecology practices and, 168–72; EPCAMR and, 101 adaptive (co)management, 125, 145–46, 158, 164; barriers to, 145, 146, 152, 164–65, 167, 172; civic ecology practices and, 8–9, 145–46, 152, 164–65; conceptual model of, 150–51, 151f Addams, Jane, 27 African Americans: in Anacostia neighborhoods (Washington, DC), 11, 195, 196–97; in Baltimore, 23–24; in Bronx, 128– 31; in Chicago, reawakening environmental activism of, 46–47; civic ecology practices and, 35–36, 37, 48; and civic engagement, limited opportunities for, 24, 25, 35; in Collins Avenue Streamside Community (Baltimore, Maryland), 7, 26–28, 34, 35–36; and community gardens, 36, 131–37; in Detroit, 222; Mexican American experiences compared to, 55; Migration & Me program and, 42, 48–54; migration stories of, 43–45; monarch butterfly migration compared to experiences of, 8, 42, 49; nature experiences of, 8, 41–42, 44, 45; and religious environmentalism, 47, 58, 59; voluntarism by, 24, 25, 36 Ahmadinejad, Mahmoud, 75 Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, 216 Anacostia Freeway, 194, 195 Anacostia Garden Club, 197 Anacostia neighborhoods, Washington, DC, 11, 194–96; environmental degradation in, 194; environmental gentrification of, concern about, 11, 195, 196, 205–9; green spaces in, 196, 197, 198; history of racial segregation in, 196–97; spirit of civic engagement in, 197–99 Anacostia Park and Community Collaborative, 199 Anacostia River, 207f; black boaters on, 196, 197; changing perceptions of, 199; degradation and pollution of, 194–95; 11th Street Bridge Park on, 200, 204–9, 209f; restoration and revitalization of, 195, 197–200 Anacostia Riverkeeper, 11, 200 Anacostia River Rowing Center, 199 Anacostia Waterfront Trust, 199 Anacostia Watershed Society, 11, 197, 199, 200 anthracite mining, 87; and environmental degradation, 87, 88 Anthracite Region Miners Memorial Park, Ashley, Pennsylvania, 93–96 Anthropocene epoch, 157–58 apartment buildings, rehabilitation of: in Baltimore, Maryland, 27; in New York City, 128, 130–31, 203 appreciative inquiry, viii, 14–15 Argyris, C., 125, 135 Ashley, Pennsylvania, Anthracite Region Miners Memorial Park in, 93–96 256 INDEX Asya, A., 69 Aula Viva network, Bogotá, Colombia, 114f, 115–16, 116f, 120 Australia, Landcare governance network in, 168, 173 Baltimore, Maryland: abandoned buildings/ spaces in, 21–24, 25, 28–29, 142, 148, 149; civic ecology practices in, 3, 7, 9; Collaborative Science project in, 142, 148–49, 150; Collins Avenue Streamside Community in, 3, 7, 15, 25–34; intentional communities in, 7, 26–28, 34, 35, 36; Irvington community in, 21–22, 25–26; Irvington Peace Park in, 21–22, 28–31, 30f; social and environmental history of, 23–24; stressed communities in, 21, 25; trash accumulation in, concern about, 142; trash cleanups in, 9, 148, 149 Banakar, R., 66–67, 77, 78, 80, 81 Banana Kelly Community Improvement Association, South Bronx, New York City, 128, 131 behavioral norms. See social norms Bethune, Mary McLeod, 197 Biondo, Kelsey, 99 Bixler, R., 91, 92, 99 Bogotá, Colombia: Aula Viva network in, 114f, 115–16; civic ecology practices in, 9, 113–16, 114f, 116f; transformation of, 113 Boone, Robert, 199 Boston, Massachusetts, community land trusts in, 203 boundary crossing, 106; civic ecology practices and, 12, 106, 225; design principles for, 107–12 Boyce, Hallie, 194 Bronx, New York City: abandoned buildings/ spaces in, 128, 130–31, 169; community gardening in, 11. See also Kelly Street Community Garden Brooklyn, New York City, Newtown Creek cleanup in, 204 Brouwer, H., 110 Brown, Xavier, 11 Building Bridges Across the River (NGO), 205 Burrel, Chris, 50f Butterfield, Clare, 43 Call of the Mountain, Colombia. See El Llamado de la Montaña Campbell, Lindsay, 183 Cantoalagua initiative, Bogotá, Colombia, 113 Capra, F., 111 Carroll, Ambrose, 60 Carter, L. F., 47 Catholics, Hispanic, environmental activism among, 47, 58...

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9781501714993
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9781501714979
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OCLC
1013988671
Pages
276
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2018-05-13
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English
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