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245 00 Low-carbon city and new-type urbanization :|bproceedings 
       of Chinese Low-carbon City Development International 
       Conference /|cedited by Songlin Feng, Weiguang Huang, Jun 
       Wang, Mingquan Wang, Jun Zha 
264  1 Berlin, Heidelberg :|bSpringer Berlin Heidelberg :
       |bImprint: Springer,|c2015 
300    1 online resource (viii, 406 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Environmental science and engineering,|x1863-5520 
505 0  Preface and Introduction -- Low-carbon city planning and 
       design -- New energy sources and distributed energy -- Low
       -carbon city technique and evaluation -- New technologies 
       and products of low-carbon city -- Policy and management 
       of low-carbon city -- Low-carbon transport and 
       infrastructure -- Low-carbon city and smart city 
520    In the face of increasingly serious resource and 
       environmental challenges, the world has already accepted 
       low-carbon development as the main way forward for future 
       city construction. Chinese cities have encountered many 
       problems during their development, including land 
       constraints, energy shortages, traffic congestion and air 
       pollution. For this reason, the national meeting of the 
       Central Work Conference on Urbanization made the strategic
       decision to take a new approach to urbanization and 
       indicated that in future the key features of urbanization 
       in China will be low-carbon development and harmony 
       between the environment and resources. This book discusses
       the "low-carbon city" as the new pattern of Chinese 
       urbanization. This represents a major change and takes 
       "intensive land use," "intelligent," "green" and "low 
       carbon" as its key words. Low carbon will become an 
       important future development direction for Chinese 
       urbanization development. In the twenty-first Century in 
       response to the global climate change, countries have 
       started a wave of low-carbon city construction. But in 
       China, there are still many disputes and misunderstandings
       surrounding the issue. Due to a lack of research, low-
       carbon city construction in China is still in the early 
       stages, and while there have been successes, there have 
       also been failures. There are complex and diverse 
       challenges in applying low-carbon development methods in 
       the context of today’s Chinese cities. The construction of
       low-carbon cities requires efficient government, the 
       technological innovation of enterprises, and professional 
       scholars, but also efforts on the part of the public to 
       change their daily activities. Based on the above 
       considerations, the collection brings together experts 
       from urban planning and design, clean-energy systems, low-
       carbon transportation, new types of city infrastructure 
       and smart cities etc., in the hope of forming some 
       solutions for Chinese low-carbon city development 
590    Springer 
650  0 City planning|xClimatic factors|zChina|vCongresses 
650  0 City planning|xEnvironmental aspects|zChina|vCongresses 
650  0 Atmospheric carbon dioxide|xEnvironmental aspects 
650  0 Urban ecology (Sociology) 
650 14 Energy 
650 24 Energy Policy, Economics and Management 
650 24 Urban Geography / Urbanism (inc. megacities, cities, 
       towns) 
700 1  Feng, Songlin,|eeditor 
700 1  Huang, Weiguang,|eeditor 
700 1  Wang, Jun,|eeditor 
700 1  Wang, Mingquan,|eeditor 
700 1  Zha, Jun,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer eBooks 
830  0 Environmental science and engineering 
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