Asian cities like Jakarta, with populations upwards of 10 million, are car-centric environments where poor sewage and littering exacerbate seasonal flooding. As more huge mixed-use enclaves take root across Asia, with big developers building whole di
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Asian cities like Jakarta, with populations upwards of 10 million, are car-centric environments where poor sewage and littering exacerbate seasonal flooding. As more huge mixed-use enclaves take root across Asia, with big developers building whole districts from scratch, there needs to be greater discussion about how they can be used to improve the larger urban environment, says the writer.
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