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  • Achieving Sustainable Urban Form:An Introduction - Katie Williams, Elizabeth Burton and Mike Jenks Part 1: Defining Sustainable Urban Form Models and Pathways: The Diversity of Sustainable Urban Futures - Simon Guy and Simon Marvin The Potential of the Compact City for Promoting Social Equity - Elizabeth Burton Does Intensifying Cities Make them More Sustainable? - Katie Williams Urban Form and Environmental Performance - Peter Newton Energy, Transport and Urban Form in Australia - Michael Buxton The New Millennium and the New Urban Paradig:The Compact City in Practice - Mohammad-Reza Masnavi Housing Form, Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions - Peter Newton, Selwyn Tucker and Michael Ambrose Urban Form and Ecosystem Dynamics: Empirical Evidence and Practical Implications - Marina Alberti The 'Ground Rules' of Sustainable Urban Form - Ernie Scoffham and Teresa Marat-Mendes Part 2: Urban Form and Transport: New Dimensions Sustainable Urban Form: The Big Picture - Peter Newman and Jeff Kenworthy The Transport Implications of Alternative Urban Forms - David Simmonds and Denvil Coombe Accessibility in Swedish Towns - Mats Reneland The Contribution of Mixed Land Uses to Sustainable Travel in Cities - Uyen-Phan Van and Martyn Senior Assessing the Sustainability of Urban Development Policies - Helena Titheridge, Simon Hall and David Banister The Exploding City Region: Should it, Can it, be Reserved? - Peter Headicar Land Use, Transport and People: Identifying the Connections - Jo Wiliams and Helena Titheridge Part 3: Approaches and Strategies for Achieving Sustainable Urban Form Development/Demonstration: An Adaptive Strategy - David van Vliet Sustainable Urban Management Systems - Michael Crilly and Adam Mannis Urban Form and the Sustainability of Urban Systems: Theory and Practice in a Northern Conurbation - Joe Ravetz Compact Cities, Environment Conflicts and Policy Strategies: Complexity as a Criterion for Decision Making - Gert de Roo The Acceptability of Urban Intensification - Mike Jenks Sustainable Development Comes of Age: The Thames Environment 21 Experience - Hugh Howes The Kent Design Initiative: Towards a Sustainable Future - Abigail Raymond Review of the Wycombe District Local Plan: Comparative Strategic Site Assessment - the Goals Achievement Matrix - Giuseppe Zanre Part 4: Built Form and Design Solutions The Contribution of Urban Villages to Sustainable Development - Michelle Thompson-Fawcett Generating Models of Urban Sustainability: Vienna's Westbahnhof Sustainable Hill Town - Heidi Dumreicher, Richard S. Levine, Ernest J. Yanarella and Taghi Radmard Sustainable Development in Southern California: The Case of Playa Vista - Alexander E. Kalamaros The Hulme Estate and the 'Ho.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780419244509 20160527
Achieving Sustainable Urban Form represents a major advance in the sustainable development debate. It moves on from theoretical discourse about sustainable urban forms to proven knowledge and good practice. It presents research which defines elements of sustainable urban form - density, size, configuration, detailed design and quality - from macro to micro scale. Case studies from Europe, the USA and Australia are used to illustrate good practice within the fields of planning, urban design and architecture. Acheiving Sustainable Urban Form is a progression from the editor's previous book The Compact City: A Sustainable Urban Form? This new volume addresses the problems and complexities involved in defining and developing sustainable urban forms, but also shows that real advances have been made. Peter Newton Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia. Marina Alberti University of Washington, USA. M R Masnavi University of Glasgow, UK. Eliza.
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2. Addis vision 2050 [2011]

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128 pages
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  • The potential and limitations of planning in advancing sustainability notions at the sub-national level: an introduction, Eran Feitelson-- Very long-term planning for the era of climate change, Eliahu Romanoff and Thomas Gloria-- Can Israel plan for sustainable development? An institutional analysis and constructive critique, Ernst R. Alexander-- Decentralized planning for sustainable urban development: the Washington State Growth Management Act and its application in the Seattle metropolitan area, Donald Miller-- Integrated planning for air quality - a human concept and a computer programme, Dalia Lichfield-- The role of strategic planning in advancing sustainability at the metropolitan level: the case of Tel Aviv, Eran Feitelson-- The integration of environmental, social and economic issues in spatial planning: case study of the metropolitan spatial development framework for Cape Town, South Africa, Desiree Shepherd and Keith Wiseman-- Policy recommendations and implementation of local agenda 21: the example of Lodz (Poland), Tadeusz Marszal-- Implementing sustainable business estates in the Netherlands: a confrontation between theory and practice, Erik Louw-- An 'actor-consulting' model for sustainable planning: an application in sustainable housing development, Frans Oste and Gert de Roo-- Public-private partnership as new integrated instruments for achieving sustainable urban development: the case of Monza, Luisa Pedrazzini-- The role of local knowledge in environmental health planning, Jason Corburn-- The potential of framing in managing and resolving environmental conflict, Deborah Shmuell and Michal Ben-Gal-- Participatory decision making and sustainability: the role of environmental organizations, Karel Martens-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780754638872 20160527
Sustainability notions have been widely embraced by planners. However, the question of what can planners contribute to the advancement of such notion has not received much attention until now. This volume examines the potential contribution of planning to the advancement of sustainability at sub-national level, and the limitations it faces in doing so. Bringing together case studies from the US, UK, Poland, Israel, South Africa, The Netherlands and Italy, it covers a wide range of issues and contexts, ranging from the metropolitan to the community level. On the basis of these case studies, the book shows that planners do indeed have a variety of options to advance sustainability notions at these levels, and appear to be doing so. The book proposes that planners should operate at two levels: firstly to change institutional structures, and secondly to advance sustainability notions incrementally in the meantime, within the existing institutional constraints.
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viii, 462 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
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  • 1. Introduction Mike Hodson and Simon Marvin 2. Disasters, Vulnerability and Resilience of Cities Brendan Gleeson 3. A Green New Deal: Why Green, How New, and What is the Deal? Timothy W. Luke 4. Carbon Regulation and Low-Carbon Urban Restructuring Aidan While 5. Urban Decoupling and Transitions Analysis Mike Hodson , Simon Marvin, Blake Robinson and Mark Swilling 6. Smart Urbanism: Cities, Grids and Alternatives? Andres Luque, Simon Marvin and Colin McFarlane 7. Securitisation of Urban Environments: Sustainable Urbanism or Premium Ecological Enclaves? Mike Hodson and Simon Marvin 8. The Politics of Urban Experiments: Radical Change or Business as Usual? Andrew Karvonen, James Evans and Bas van Heur 9. Conclusion Mike Hodson and Simon Marvin References.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415659871 20160614
A sustainable city has been defined in many ways. Yet, the most common understanding is a vision of the city that is able to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Central to this vision are two ideas: cities should meet social needs, especially of the poor, and not exceed the ability of the global environment to meet needs. After Sustainable Cities critically reviews what has happened to these priorities and asks whether these social commitments have been abandoned in a period of austerity governance and climate change and replaced by a darker and unfair city. This book provides the first comprehensive and comparative analysis of the new eco-logics reshaping conventional sustainable cities discourse and environmental priorities of cities in both the global north and south. The dominant discourse on sustainable cities, with a commitment to intergenerational equity, social justice and global responsibility, has come under increasing pressure. Under conditions of global ecological change, international financial and economic crisis and austerity governance new eco-logics are entering the urban sustainability lexicon - climate change, green growth, smart growth, resilience and vulnerability, ecological security. This book explores how these new eco-logics reshape our understanding of equity, justice and global responsibility, and how these more technologically and economically driven themes resonate and dissonate with conventional sustainable cities discourse. This book provides a warning that a more technologically driven and narrowly constructed economic agenda is driving ecological policy and weakening previous commitment to social justice and equity. After Sustainable Cities brings together leading researchers to provide a critical examination of these new logics and identity what sort of city is now emerging, as well as consider the longer-term implication on sustainable cities research and policy.
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255 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 24 cm.
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87 pages.
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  • Introduction
  • Foreword
  • Chapter 1: Persuasive communication, by Jean-Paul Close, Jaap Ham
  • Chapter 2: the AiREAS Proof of Principle
  • POP Relating air quality to health and lifestyle, by Jean-Paul Close, Nicolette Meeder, John Schmeitz
  • Chapter 3: The backpack project, by Jean-Paul Close, Nicolette Meeder
  • Chapter 4: New entrepreneurship, by John Schmeitz, Jean-Paul Close
  • Chapter 5: Event linked communication, by Jean-Paul Close, Eric de Groot, Pierre Cluitmans
  • Chapter 6: Multicultural context, by Jean-Paul Close, Rüstem Demir
  • Chapter 7: Level 4 Sustainocratic regional development, by Jean-Paul Close.
This volume describes phase 3 of the AiREAS multidisciplinary cocreation effort to produce a Healthy City. Phase 1 referred to making visible the invisible from an air quality and human exposure perspective. Phase 2 studies air quality related to health and Phase 3 looks at air quality, health and lifestyle from the perspective of persuasion to innovative change. The three books together describe the coming about and first results of the AiREAS "healthy city" cooperative in the city of Eindhoven and Province of North Brabant in the Netherlands. AiREAS is an initiative focused on the multidisciplinary co-creation of healthy cities using the core human value of human health and air quality as guiding principle for profound regional innovation.
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1 online resource (xiii, 113 pages) : illustrations.
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219 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps ; 25 cm.
For more than forty years, Albert Speer & Partners have been designing ecologically sensitive communities throughout the globe. Many of their trailblazing projects are discussed in this compelling and timely look at what has been accomplished in an effort to satisfy the array of social, economic, and environmental demands of the twenty-first century. The authors explore themes of redeveloping aging cities, resource conservation, urban density, zoning, and new technology. Focusing on projects in cities as wide-ranging as Shanghai, Baku, Cairo, Changchun, and Frankfurt, the book includes plans, renderings, drawings, and photographs of the sites. A model of innovative thinking and practice, the firm is shown most importantly as embracing its highest priority of sustainable urban planning.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783791342078 20160604
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356 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
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Dr. Steven A. Moore investigates the exemplary cities of Austin, Texas, Curitiba, Brazil, and Frankfurt, Germany to examine how each city has approached and maintained sustainability, and thus stimulated economic growth, preserved threatened ecosystems, and improved social equity. These three cities have successfully developed different dispositions toward politics, nature, and technology, proving that there is no single abstract model or universal checklist but different approaches for different people.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780739115336 20160528
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312 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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