Planning, Population Loss and Equity in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina

@article{Ehrenfeucht2011PlanningPL,
  title={Planning, Population Loss and Equity in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina},
  author={Renia Ehrenfeucht and Marla Nelson},
  journal={Planning Practice & Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={26},
  pages={129 - 146}
}
Abstract Shrinking, slow-growth and fast-growth cities have different opportunities and constraints. This paper uses New Orleans following the severe flood damage from the 2005 hurricanes as a case study to investigate the challenges to developing equitable and effective plans in a city with significant population loss. By addressing four elements that are necessary for effective planning in depopulated areas—strategies for targeted investment and consolidation; alternatives for underused areas… Expand
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