Mitigating Climate Change

Mitigating Climate Change

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With ever increasing trends in urban consumption and production practices, a call for action to mitigate Climate Change is often seen as a way to foster sustainable development. Considerable attention is now being paid to determine what urban sustainability would include. Today there is a pressing need to broaden our knowledge and apply new concepts and frameworks to development of modern cities. Building on the foregoing, this book attempts to bring together and discuss concepts, tools, frameworks and best practices to cope with the emerging challenges faced by cities today. The book will be of use to policy makers, city planners, practitioners and academics who are starting to project what modern cities would need to do in terms of energy efficiency, mobility, planning and design of habitat and infrastructure and adapting to climate change.Retrieved 23 Feb 2012, from PAPER_Situating_Vancouvera#39;s_new_ economypdf Behan K, Lea ... Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) (2005) Smart growth in Canada: Implementation of a planning concept. ... Retrieved 2 Oct 2012, from http:// Cox W (2004) Myths about urban growth and the Toronto a€œgreenbelta€.

Title:Mitigating Climate Change
Author: Anshuman Khare, Terry Beckman
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-05-21

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