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100 1  Flint, John 
245 10 future of sustainable cities :|bCritical reflections 
264  1 Bristol :|bPolicy Press,|c2011 
264  4 |c©2012 
300    1 online resource (271 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- The future of sustainable cities -- Contents -- 
       List of tables and figures -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on
       contributors -- Section 1: The 'new' politics of 
       sustainable urbanism -- 1. Introduction: Characterising 
       the 'new' politics of sustainability: from managing growth
       to coping with crisis -- Introduction -- From 
       globalisation to recession: the changing contexts of 
       sustainability planning -- Post-politics of sustainability
       planning -- Governing the post-recession sustainable city:
       from managing growth to (re)creating growth -- 
       Contributions and the structure of the book -- 2. The 
       sustainable city: an obituary? On the future form and 
       prospects of sustainable urbanism -- Introduction: Urban 
       economic recovery and/or sustainable development -- Birth:
       the origins of sustainable urbanism -- Death I: hyper-
       liberalism and experiments in sub-prime urbanism -- Death 
       II: urban transition movements and neo-localisation -- 
       Death III: win-lose-lose and the rise of municipal 
       pragmatism -- Resurrection? The future of the sustainable 
       city -- Key conclusions -- 3. Sustainable communities and 
       English spatial policy -- Introduction -- Sustainability 
       and sustainable communities -- Lost in space -- 
       Spatialising social policy -- Sustainable communities as 
       drivers of uneven development -- Realism, utopianism and 
       sustainable communities -- Key conclusions -- 4. 
       Constructions of the carbon city -- Introduction -- Carbon
       control -- Calculative practices of governing -- 
       Calculation and carbon management -- Local area agreements
       -- Constructing the calculative currency -- Constructing 
       the calculable object -- Implementing the calculation as 
       targets for cities -- Implications for local politics: 
       transitions or stop-gaps? -- Conclusions -- Key 
       conclusions -- Section 2: Building the sustainable city: 
       policy fields, current issues and themes 
505 8  5. The property industry and the construction of urban 
       spaces: crisis or opportunity? -- Introduction -- 
       Background and context -- Structural change in the UK 
       property industry: the role of the financial institutions 
       and the private sector -- New drivers for change: 
       sustainability and responsible investment -- Development 
       of new urban regeneration vehicles -- Urban regeneration -
       measuring success? -- The future: crisis or opportunity? -
       - Key conclusions -- 6. Emerging strategies of urban 
       reproduction and the pursuit of low carbon cities -- 
       Introduction -- A new urban politics: the rise and rise of
       climate change -- UK Low Carbon Transition Plan - making 
       space for the city? -- Conceptualising cities in low 
       carbon transition plan: a typology -- Conclusions -- Key 
       conclusions -- 7. Transport in a sustainable urban future 
       -- Introduction -- Transport and the reproduction of 
       cities -- Transport - a trailblazer for neoliberalism -- 
       Competitiveness agenda -- After the financial crisis - 
       what kind of (sustainable) future? -- Key conclusions -- 
       8. Understanding UK sustainable housing policy -- 
       Introduction -- Definition of sustainable housing -- 
       Character of UK sustainable housing policy -- Explaining 
       sustainable housing policy -- Conclusions -- Key 
       conclusions -- Section 3: Placing sustainability: contexts
       and conflicts -- 9. Urban ecological accounting: a new 
       calculus for planning urban parks in the era of 
       sustainability -- Introduction -- Austin: the 
       environmental city and urban sustainability -- City in a 
       park -- Hard times: homelessness, urban parks and 
       redevelopment in the recession -- Downtown parks and open 
       space master plan -- Waller Creek redevelopment proposal -
       - Changing the calculus of planning: sustainability, 
       vulnerability and urban ecological accounting -- 
       Conclusions -- Key conclusions 
505 8  10. Neighbourhood sustainability: residents' perceptions 
       and perspectives -- Introduction -- Neighbourhood change 
       and sustainability -- Background to the study -- Drivers, 
       symbols and indicators of sustainability -- Securing 
       sustainability? -- Conclusions -- Key conclusions -- 11, 
       Global city planning -- Introduction: Global city London -
       - Prioritising the global city -- The right strategy? -- 
       Responding to recession -- Conclusions -- Key conclusions 
       -- Section 4: Conclusions -- 12. Towards a new politics of
       urban sustainability -- Introduction -- Emerging trends 
       and directions in sustainability planning -- Putting a 
       value on the environment -- New research agendas: re-
       thinking sustainability? -- Index 
520    An up-to-date assessment by prominent scholars of the 
       impacts of recent changes on key areas of urban planning, 
       including housing, transport, and the environment, and 
       core areas for future research 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 Sustainable development.;City planning 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Raco, Mike 
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