And here Smith, reporting from Paris yesterday in The New York Times: in the worst government housing developments, green lawns and neat flower beds break the monotony of the gray concrete. He also minimizes the crisis by quoting a French scholar dismissive assessment: a game of cowboys and Indians. The riots are pretty much local sport, a rite of passage, he tells Smith, who writes..
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To mention just a few of the things that were discussed: Gillian Darley introduced the day with an enjoyable overview of villa on the Thames Given Evelyn scientific interests and pioneering writings on the importance of clean air and earth, a disembodied but eloquent Mark Laird suggested that Sayes Court could be the home of an institute dedicated to exploring sustainable solutions to the social and ecological problems of modern urban life. Jan Woudstra talked about the planting, and brought home to me just how densely Evelyn planted his grove with five hundred odd trees there, he calculates they would only be about four or five feet apart. Add to that the underplanting of bushes such as hazel, various fruits, and other greens, and this meant that after they grew to about three and a half metres high, they need to be thinned or else start to die off.
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