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As a result of the goals of Agenda 21 adopted by Waitakere City in New Zealand, the city has seen (Points : 5) an unfortunate increase in pedestrian and cycle injuries. a steady
increase in new homes in the countryside. about a 30% reduction in garbage generation per citizen. a reduction in the population of the city.
a steady increase in new homes in the countryside never hurt anybody did it? i dont believe so.
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User: As a result of the goals of Agenda 21 adopted by Waitakere City in New Zealand, the city has seen (Points : 5) an unfortunate increase in pedestrian and cycle injuries. a steady increase in new homes in the countryside. about a 30% reduction in garbage generation per citizen. a reduction in the population of the city.

Weegy: a steady increase in new homes in the countryside never hurt anybody did it? i dont believe so.
enzeraika|Points 50|

User: The people of Easter Island failed to live (Points : 5) sustainably. with sound science. with social justice. through political action.

Weegy: The answer is "sustainably"
bongche|Points 3275|

User: The common denominators of livable cities include (Points : 5) low population density, concentrated housing, few stores and businesses, wide highways, and abundant parking. low population density, heterogeneous mixtures of residences and businesses, wide highways, and abundant parking for efficient transportation. high population density, concentrated housing, limited business and stores, and a car-centered approach that makes driving easy. high population density and heterogeneous mixtures of residences and businesses that encourage people to socially interact.

Weegy: Correct answer: high population density and heterogeneous mixtures of residences and businesses that encourage people to socially interact
johnlennons|Points 900|

User: Smart-growth efforts are being used with great benefit to growing communities. Which one of the following is a principle of smart-growth? (Points : 5) To allow higher density populations, all available spaces in a town should be used for housing. Expanding suburbs should have physical boundaries that limit further spread. Expanding towns should carefully segregate commercial and residential buildings. Existing stores and light industry must move outside of the town to free up space for housing.

Weegy: Answer is expanding towns should carefully segregate commercial and residential buildings.
lhyn29lhyn|Points 560|

User: Most of the successful urban plans that have made cities more livable have designed space to be centered on (Points : 5) efficient automobile traffic. the movements and interactions of people through foot access in conjunction with mass transit. housing and places for people to park their cars. oceans as a common source for water and mode of transportation.

Weegy: Most of the successful urban plans that have made cities more livable have designed space to be centered on the movements and interactions of people through foot access in conjunction with mass transit.
Expert answered|may100|Points 1816|

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