Decoding the 15-Minute City Debate: Conspiracies, Backlash, and Dissent in Planning for Proximity

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Science skeptics have spent years attacking climate science, but it has only been recently that post-COVID-19 conspiracy theorists have directed their attention to local city planning, with misinformation campaigns throwing vitriol at the idea of the 15-minute city and denouncing planning best practices as a global form of social engineering with hidden agendas to restrict private freedoms. In this context, urban planners and practitioners need to understand the nature of conspiracy claims and distinguish legitimate concerns about the 15-minute city model. As science skeptics and conspiracy theories gain ground in all sectors of our societies, researchers and city planners need to communicate evidence-based decision making and address science-driven concerns.
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Páginas (desde-hasta)1-9
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PublicaciónJournal of the American Planning Association
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EstadoPublicada - 5 jun 2024

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