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Sustainable Development for Mass Urbanization

Sustainable Development for Mass Urbanization
  • Author : Md. Faruque Hossain
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 2019-08-08
  • Total pages : 386
  • ISBN : 9780128176917
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Sustainable Development for Mass Urbanization scrutinizes the challenges encountered when designing, planning and constructing sustainable cities. Chapters briefly explain the role of national and local governments in the strategic planning, development, implementation, monitoring and enforcement of ensuring that the water, air, food, and products used by the community are safe for the public and the environment. Other sections look at critical infrastructural systems, including Water Delivery Systems, Sanitation and Waste Disposal Systems, Power Systems, and Public Health Systems. Finally, new green technologies, practices and standards predicated by the need for sustainable office building and housing are covered. Case studies are presented in each chapter to further illustrate how these solutions are implemented in existing Megacities around the world. Covers infrastructural systems, such as Water Delivery Systems, Sanitation and Waste Disposal Systems, Power Systems, and Public Health Systems Scrutinizes the challenges encountered when designing, planning and constructing sustainable megacities Presents case studies in each chapter to further illustrate how these solutions work

Sustainable Development for Mass Urbanization

Sustainable Development for Mass Urbanization
  • Author : MD Faruque Hossain
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release Date : 2019-09
  • Total pages : 448
  • ISBN : 0128176903
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Populations are shifting from rural areas to growing cities, creating megacities in the process. Because so many people arrive in cities, more infrastructure must be built to absorb them. Sustainable Development for Mass Urbanization scrutinizes the challenges encountered when designing, planning and constructing sustainable cities. Chapter one briefly explains the role of national and local governments for the strategic planning, development, implementation, monitoring and enforcement for ensuring that the water, air, food, and products used by the community are safe for the public and the environment. Written by an author who has lived and worked in Mega Cities such as Dhaka, Kolkata, Tokyo, Sydney, and New York City, Sustainable Development for Mass Urbanization take an in-depth look at critical infrastructural systems charting the problems and providing possible solutions for systems such as: Water Delivery Systems, Sanitation and Waste Disposal Systems, Power Systems, and Public Health Systems. Chapters 11 through 13 address the new green technologies, practices, and standards predicated by the need for sustainable office building and housing. Case studies are presented in each chapter to further illustrate how these solutions are implemented in existing Megacities around the world. Covers Infrastructural Systems such as: Water Delivery Systems, Sanitation and Waste Disposal Systems, Power Systems, and Public Health Systems Scrutinizes the challenges encountered when designing, planning and constructing sustainable Megacities Case studies are presented in each chapter to further illustrate how these solutions

Planning, Development and Management of Sustainable Cities

Planning, Development and Management of Sustainable Cities
  • Author : Tan Yigitcanlar,Md. (Liton) Kamruzzaman
  • Publisher : MDPI
  • Release Date : 2019-04-30
  • Total pages : 440
  • ISBN : 9783038979067
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The concept of ‘sustainable urban development’ has been pushed to the forefront of policymaking and politics as the world wakes up to the impacts of climate change and the destructive effects of the Anthropocene. Climate change has emerged to be one of the biggest challenges faced by our planet today, threatening both built and natural systems with long-term consequences, which may be irreversible. While there is a vast body of literature on sustainability and sustainable urban development, there is currently limited focus on how to cohesively bring together the vital issues of the planning, development, and management of sustainable cities. Moreover, it has been widely stated that current practices and lifestyles cannot continue if we are to leave a healthy living planet to not only the next generation, but also to the generations beyond. The current global school strikes for climate action (known as Fridays for Future) evidences this. The book advocates the view that the focus needs to rest on ways in which our cities and industries can become green enough to avoid urban ecocide. This book fills a gap in the literature by bringing together issues related to the planning, development, and management of cities and focusing on a triple-bottom-line approach to sustainability.

International Scientific Conference Energy Management of Municipal Facilities and Sustainable Energy Technologies EMMFT 2018

International Scientific Conference Energy Management of Municipal Facilities and Sustainable Energy Technologies EMMFT 2018
  • Author : Vera Murgul,Marco Pasetti
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2019-05-18
  • Total pages : 984
  • ISBN : 9783030198688
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This book presents a collection of the latest studies on and applications for the sustainable development of urban energy systems. Based on the 20th International Scientific Conference on Energy Management of Municipal Facilities and Sustainable Energy Technologies, held in Voronezh and Samara, Russia from 10 to 13 December 2018, it addresses a range of aspects including energy modelling, materials and applications in buildings; heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems; renewable energy technologies (photovoltaic, biomass, and wind energy); electrical energy storage; energy management; and life cycle assessment in urban systems and transportation. The book is intended for a broad readership: from policymakers tasked with evaluating and promoting key enabling technologies, efficiency policies and sustainable energy practices, to researchers and engineers involved in the design and analysis of complex systems.

Urbanization and Sustainability in Asia

Urbanization and Sustainability in Asia
  • Author : Brian Roberts,Trevor Kanaley
  • Publisher : Asian Development Bank
  • Release Date : 2006
  • Total pages : 516
  • ISBN : 9789715616072
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This book considers urbanization in Asia and presents case studies of sustainable development "best practice" from 12 Asian countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, People's Republic of China, India, Indonesia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Viet Nam.

Sustainable, Smart and Solidary Seoul

Sustainable, Smart and Solidary Seoul
  • Author : Tony Robinson,Minsun Ji
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022-09-30
  • Total pages : 195
  • ISBN : 9783031135958
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This book showcases how innovative state policy in Korea transformed Seoul from one of the world’s most impoverished, polluted, and congested cities into a global leader in green urban planning, smart city innovations, and social economy initiatives that have dramatically improved the local quality of life. Today, Seoul’s urban planning innovations are increasingly touted as replicable best practices for export to cities across the globe. This book describes how innovative state policy has made Seoul a world leader in sustainable, smart, and solidary urban initiatives. Beginning in the 1960s, Seoul led the fastest urbanization and modernization project in world history, becoming a colossal 26-million-person metropolitan region and one of the largest footprints of humanity on earth, transforming the nation from one of the world’s poorest to having the 10th largest GDP in 2020. Today, Seoul has become one of the most productive and innovative urban agglomerations on earth. Seoul’s residents enjoy the world’s highest penetration of high-speed internet, a model mass transit system, and advanced smart-city technologies. The vast city has become increasingly green and sustainable, while also recycling about 90% of all waste. Seoul has become a leader in social economy innovations like cooperative villages, mutual benefit societies, and social investment funds that advance equitable development goals amid a booming capitalist economy. To broaden our imagination of what good urbanism can achieve, this book reviews Seoul’s recent innovations in smart, sustainable, and solidary urbanism, including: green urban planning, sustainable development through recycling and reuse, well-managed mass transit, smart city design, and solidarity economy initiatives.

Before the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Before the UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • Author : Martin Gutmann,Daniel Gorman
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release Date : 2022-02-24
  • Total pages : 560
  • ISBN : 9780192664990
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Before the UN Sustainable Development Goals enables professionals, scholars, and students engaged with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to develop a richer understanding of the legacies and historical complexities of the policy fields behind each goal. Each of the seventeen chapters tells the decades- or centuries-old backstory of one SDG and reveals the global human connections, governance tools and frameworks, and the actors involved in past efforts to address sustainable development challenges. Collectively, the seventeen chapters build a historical latticework that reveals the multiple and often interwoven sources that have shaped the challenges later encompassed in the SDGs. Engaging and insightfully written, the book's chapters are authored by international experts from multiple disciplines. The book is an indispensable resource and a vital foundation for understanding the past's indelible footprint on our contemporary sustainable development challenges.

Sustainable Development of Modern Digital Economy

Sustainable Development of Modern Digital Economy
  • Author : Julia V. Ragulina,Arutyun A. Khachaturyan,Arsen S. Abdulkadyrov,Zoya Sh. Babaeva
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2021-08-01
  • Total pages : 368
  • ISBN : 9783030701949
  • File Size : 38,8 Mb
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The digital economy is a new direction in which the modern global economic system is now heading. This book seeks to adapt the digital economy concept to the priorities of humanity, including the implementation of global development goals. The authors develop and substantiate scientific and methodological criteria for assessing the sustainability of the modern digital economy, and offer several concrete recommendations for improving the concept of the digital economy by incorporating global development goals.

Urban Sustainability

Urban Sustainability
  • Author : Igor Vojnovic
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2013
  • Total pages : 685
  • ISBN : 1611860555
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More than half the world's population currently lives in urban areas, and virtually all of the world's population growth over the next three decades is expected to be in cities. What impact will this growth have on the environment? What can we do now to pave the way for resource longevity? Sustainability has received considerable attention in recent years, though conceptions of the term remain vague. Using a wide array of cities around the globe as case studies, this timely book explores the varying nature of global urban-environmental stresses and the complexities involved in defining sustainability policies. Working with six core themes, the editor examines the past, present, and future of urban sustainability within local, national, and global contexts.

Sustainable Urbanization

Sustainable Urbanization
  • Author : Mustafa Ergen
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release Date : 2016-09-28
  • Total pages : 346
  • ISBN : 9789535126522
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The rapid urbanization that began with industrialization has begun to cause many problems. New approaches are emerging today to minimize these problems and make urban areas more livable. These problems include insufficient social facilities in urban areas for increasing populations due to migration and unbalanced use of green areas, water, and energy resources due to urbanization. Careless consumption and the pollution of natural resources will cause people many more problems in the future than they do today in urban development. Many professional disciplines have noticed this unbalanced development in urban areas. Urban areas have larger populations than rural areas today. Urban areas are developed neglectfully. Sustainability is needed as a criterion for urban areas to develop in a more livable and healthy fashion. Sustainable urban development approaches are seen in many fields, ranging from land use to the use of natural resources in urban areas.

Culture and Sustainability in European Cities

Culture and Sustainability in European Cities
  • Author : Svetlana Hristova,Milena Dragićević Šešić,Nancy Duxbury
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2015-04-21
  • Total pages : 246
  • ISBN : 9781317677154
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European cities are contributing to the development of a more sustainable urban system that is capable of coping with economic crises, ecological challenges and social disparities in different nation-states and regions throughout Europe. This book reveals in a pluralistic way how European cities are generating new approaches to their sustainable development, and the special contribution of culture to these processes. It addresses both a deficit of attention to small and medium-sized cities in the framework of European sustainable development, and an underestimation of the role of culture, artistic expression and creativity for integrated development of the city as a prerequisite to urban sustainability. On the basis of a broad collection of case studies throughout Europe, representing a variety of regionally specific cultural models of sustainable development, the book investigates how participative culture, community arts, and more generally, creativity of civic imagination are conducive to the goal of a sustainable future of small and medium-sized cities. This is an essential volume for researchers and postgraduate students in urban studies, cultural studies, cultural geography and urban sociology as well as for policymakers and practitioners wanting to understand the specificity of European cities as hubs of innovation, creativity and artistic industriousness.

Sustainability the Environment and Urbanisation

Sustainability the Environment and Urbanisation
  • Author : Cedric Pugh
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2014-01-14
  • Total pages : 261
  • ISBN : 9781134174539
  • File Size : 53,6 Mb
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The 1992 Rio Summit and subsequent literature and debate has focused on 'green' issues such as biodiversity, climate change and marine pollution. Much less has been written concerning the 'brown' agenda: factors such as poor sanitation and water quality, air pollution and housing problems which are particularly prevalent in Third World cities. Sustainability, the Environment and Urbanisation provides a comprehensive overview of the brown agenda, with case studies and examples from a number of Southern countries. It looks at the broad economic context behind the problems and covers the conceptual issues of sustainability, infrastructure and health programmes, as well as assessing environmental appraisal methods. Clearly written, with contributions from some of the leading experts in the field, the book will appeal to students on environmental and developmental courses, researchers, and all those concerned with the 'healthy cities' movement.

OECD Regional Outlook 2016

OECD Regional Outlook 2016
  • Author : Oecd
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2016-10-31
  • Total pages : 304
  • ISBN : 9264261370
  • File Size : 54,5 Mb
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Readers guide Executive summary Part I. The place-based dimension of productivity and inclusion Regional productiviy gaps and their consequences Regional development: Policies to promote catching up Part II. Special Focus: Rural Areas - Places of opportunity Understanding Rural economies Rural policy 3.0 Part III. Regions and cities implementing global agendas: A policy forum Investing in voice to implement global agendas A new urban agenda for the 21st century: The role of urbanisation in sustainable development Financing subnational and local governments: The Missing Link in Development Finance Cities and Regions - connected by water in mutual dependency United States Rural Policy: Increasing Opportunities and Improving the Quality of Life of Rural Communities Global dimensions of malnutrition: Territorial perspectives on food security and nutrition policies R20 Regions of Climate Action: Response to the Paris Climate Accord: Scaling up Green Projects from a Bottom-up Perspective Part IV. Country notes (online only)

Urban Drought

Urban Drought
  • Author : Bhaswati Ray,Rajib Shaw
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2018-12-30
  • Total pages : 427
  • ISBN : 9789811089473
  • File Size : 34,7 Mb
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This book presents water insecurity issues in urban areas while developing a water security index and explores the innovative approaches to water development and management with examples from Asian cities. The urban water crisis is a global phenomenon, but it is more obvious in the megacities of the developing world. Urban drought, although not a familiar term, will pose a significant threat to humankind in the near future, especially in the context of increasing population in cities. Many cities are already unable to provide safe, clean water for their citizens. Some of the world’s largest cities depend heavily on groundwater for their water supply. It is unlikely that dependence on aquifers, which take many years to recharge, will be sustainable. As urban populations grow, water use will need to shift from agriculture to municipal and industrial uses, making decisions about allocating between different sectors difficult. Inefficient water-use practices by households and industries, fragmented management of water between sectors and institutions, climate-induced water shortages, environmental degradation of water sources, and inadequate use of alternate sources are also issues of major concern. Despite recent advances in the literature, there exists a considerable gap in attempting an integrated water-resource management approach. Covering all aspects of urban drought and water insecurity, this book is a valuable resource for students, researchers, academics, policy makers, and development practitioners.

Urbanization and Its Impact on Socio-Economic Growth in Developing Regions

Urbanization and Its Impact on Socio-Economic Growth in Developing Regions
  • Author : Benna, Umar,Benna, Indo
  • Publisher : IGI Global
  • Release Date : 2017-06-19
  • Total pages : 404
  • ISBN : 9781522526605
  • File Size : 32,5 Mb
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The social and economic systems of any country are influenced by a range of factors. As the global population grows in developing nations, it has become essential to examine the effects of urbanization. Urbanization and Its Impact on Socio-Economic Growth in Developing Regions is a pivotal reference source for the latest research findings on the role of urban growth on the socio-economic infrastructures in developing regions. Featuring extensive coverage on relevant areas such as job creation, sustainability, and transportation planning, this publication is an ideal resource for city development planners, decision-makers, researchers, academics, and students interested in emerging perspectives on socio-economic development.

Culture: urban future

Culture: urban future
  • Author : UNESCO
  • Publisher : UNESCO Publishing
  • Release Date : 2016-12-31
  • Total pages : 304
  • ISBN : 9789231001703
  • File Size : 50,9 Mb
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Report presents a series of analyses and recommendations for fostering the role of culture for sustainable development. Drawing on a global survey implemented with nine regional partners and insights from scholars, NGOs and urban thinkers, the report offers a global overview of urban heritage safeguarding, conservation and management, as well as the promotion of cultural and creative industries, highlighting their role as resources for sustainable urban development. Report is intended as a policy framework document to support governments in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Urban Development and the New Urban Agenda.

Transforming Cities with Transit

Transforming Cities with Transit
  • Author : Hiroaki Suzuki,Robert Cervero,Kanako Iuchi
  • Publisher : World Bank Publications
  • Release Date : 2013-01-22
  • Total pages : 232
  • ISBN : 9780821397503
  • File Size : 22,5 Mb
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'Transforming Cities with Transit' explores the complex process of transit and land-use integration and provides policy recommendations and implementation strategies for effective integration in rapidly growing cities in developing countries.

Governance of Urban Sustainability Transitions

Governance of Urban Sustainability Transitions
  • Author : Derk Loorbach,Julia M. Wittmayer,Hideaki Shiroyama,Junichi Fujino,Satoru Mizuguchi
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2016-02-26
  • Total pages : 195
  • ISBN : 9784431554264
  • File Size : 11,5 Mb
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Reading this book will lead to new insights compelling to an international audience into how cities address the sustainability challenges they face. They do this by not repeating old patterns but by searching for new and innovative methods and instruments based on shared principles of a transitions approach. The book describes the quest of cities on two continents to accelerate and stimulate such a transition to sustainability. The aim of the book is twofold: to provide insights into how cities are addressing this challenge conceptually and practically, and to learn from a comparison of governance strategies in Europe and Asia. The book is informed by transition thinking as it was developed in the last decade in Europe and as it is increasingly being applied in Asia. The analytical framework is based on principles of transition management, which draws on insights from complexity science, sociology, and governance theories. Only recently this approach has been adapted to the urban context, and this book is an opportunity to share these experiences with a wider audience. For scholars this work offers a presentation of recent state-of-the-art theoretical developments in transition governance applied to the context of cities. For urban planners, professionals, and practitioners it offers a framework for understanding ongoing developments as well as methods and instruments for dealing with them. The content is potentially appealing to post-graduate and graduate students of environmental management, policy studies, and urban studies programs.

Cityscape in the Era of Information and Communication Technologies

Cityscape in the Era of Information and Communication Technologies
  • Author : Agata Bonenberg
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2017-10-31
  • Total pages : 154
  • ISBN : 9783319695426
  • File Size : 38,5 Mb
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This book discusses the impact of information and communication technologies, particularly social media, on the structure and landscape of contemporary cities. It presents a multidisciplinary range of theories and practical case studies and addresses a broad readership, from graduate students to practitioners active in the fields of urbanism and the architectural design of urban space. The book includes a wealth of illustrations depicting contemporary architecture and exemplary modern public spaces, as well as diagrams and tables that optimally visualize the concepts and ideas discussed.

Sustainable Energy Development and Innovation

Sustainable Energy Development and Innovation
  • Author : A. A. M. Sayigh
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022
  • Total pages : 880
  • ISBN : 9783030762216
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This book contains selected papers presented during the World Renewable Energy Congress (WREC) 2020 at the Instituto Superior Técnico in Lisbon. The WREC is dedicated to promoting renewable energy global development, and features top international experts, policy makers, scientists, engineers, technology developers, and business practitioners addressing the most current research and technological breakthroughs in sustainable energy development and innovation. The contributions address policy and renewable energy technologies and applications in all sectors--for heating and cooling, agricultural applications, water, desalination, industrial applications, and for the transport sectors. Presents cutting-edge research in green building and renewable energy from all over the world; Covers the most up-to-date research developments, government policies, business models, best practices, and innovations; Contains case studies and examples to enhance practical application of the technologies.

Macropsychology

Macropsychology
  • Author : Malcolm MacLachlan,Joanne McVeigh
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2021-03-29
  • Total pages : 330
  • ISBN : 9783030501761
  • File Size : 47,6 Mb
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This volume argues for the development of a macro perspective within psychology that more effectively incorporates social structures, systems, policies, and institutions. The book emphasizes how social structures and systems can ultimately promote, or erode, psychological wellbeing. Macropsychology is concerned with “understanding up,” or how we can influence the settings and conditions of the society in which we live. Psychology has traditionally been more interested in “understanding down,” that is, with the behaviour of individuals and groups; in inter-psychic and intra-psychic and in neurological and biological processes. This volume argues that psychology can more effectively contribute at the macro or societa level, by addressing grand challenges and global goals, using big data, and intervening at the population level.Bringing together social, organizational, cultural, and health psychology research, the book demonstrates a broad range of areas benefitting from a macropsychology perspective, particularly areas integral to the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Contributors address the value of macropsychological perspectives in addressing sub-topics such as: Mental health Personality traits and social structure Disability rights Food systems Humanitarian work psychology Macropsychology: A Population Science for Sustainable Development Goals aims to recognise and give impetus to a neglected perspective within psychology, and to inspire a paradigm-widening within the field of psychology, facilitating greater involvement with social justice and human rights.