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Title Planning Cities with Nature : Theories, Strategies and Methods / Fabiano Lemes de Oliveira, Ian Mell, editors
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]
©2019
book jacket
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 人文社會聯圖  QH84 .P56 2019    AVAILABLE    30600020126703
Descript xii, 285 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), maps ; 25 cm
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Series Cities and Nature
Note Includes bibliographical references
Cities and Nature in History. -- Chapter 1. Understanding Landscape: Cultural Perceptions of Environment in the UK and China. -- Chapter 2. Green Wedges: the Resilience of a Planning Idea. -- Chapter 3. Demystified Territories: City vs. Countryside in Andrea Branzi's Urban Models. -- Chapter 4. The Introduction of Nature in the Austrian Radicals Practice. -- Chapter 5. University Campuses: Experimentations on the Relations Between City and Nature in Brazil.- Part 2. Planning Models, Theories and Methods for Renaturing Cities. -- Chapter 6. Towards a Spatial Planning Framework for the Re-Naturing of Cities. -- Chapter 7. Green Networks as a Key of Urban Planning with Thermal Comfort and Wellbeing. -- Chapter 8. Relationships Between Urban Green Areas and Health in China, UK and Brazil: Approaches and Experiences. -- Chapter 9. Planning a Green City: the Case of Helsinki, 2002-2018. -- Part 3. The Right to Green: Multiple Perspectives. -- Chapter 10. The Democracy of Green Infrastructure: Some Examples from Brazil and Europe. -- Chapter 11. Re-naturing the City for Health and Wellbeing: Green/Blue Urban Spaces as Sites of Renewal and Contestation. -- Chapter 12. Do Built Environment Assessment Systems Include High Quality Green Infrastructure?. -- Chapter 13. Establishing Payment for Environmental Services in Urban Areas. -- Chapter 14. Perspectives on Green: Recent Urbanisation Works and Measures in Brazil / India. -- Part 4. Systemic Planning for Resilient Green and Blue Cities. -- Chapter 15. Understanding and Applying Ecological Principles in Cities. -- Chapter 16. People-Policy-Options-Scale (PPOS) Framework: Reconceptualising Green Infrastructure Planning. -- Chapter 17. For More Sponge Cities. -- Chapter 18. Green Infrastructure in the Space of Flows: an Urban Metabolism Approach to Bridge Environmental Performance and User's Wellbeing. -- Part 5. Conclusions. -- Chapter 19. Renaturing our Future Cities
Urban farming) and the regeneration of urban areas.There is, thus, a compelling case to investigate integrative approaches to urban and natural systems that can help cities address the social, economic and environmental needs of a growing population
Subject Ecological Urbanism
Urban health -- Green -- Environment
Green roofs (Gardening) -- Cities -- Health
Sustainable architecture -- Well-being
Well-being -- Cities -- Environment
Green roofs (Gardening) fast (OCoLC)fst00947637
Sustainable architecture. fast (OCoLC)fst01139728
Urban health. fast (OCoLC)fst01162445
Well-being. fast (OCoLC)fst01402723
Alt Author Lemes de Oliveira, Fabiano, editor
Mell, Ian, editor
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