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The Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Cities and Landscapes in the Pacific Rim

Edited by: Yizhao Yang , Anne Taufen

Print publication date:  March  2022
Online publication date:  March  2022

Print ISBN: 9780367471149
eBook ISBN: 9781003033530
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781003033530
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Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Sustainable cities and landscapes Download PDF
Chapter  2:  The APRU Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Hub Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Learning spaces of policy mobility for sustainable cities and landscapes Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Introduction to Section 1 Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Understanding vulnerability in cities Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Flood vulnerability assessment in Marinduque, Philippines using fuzzy logic and principal component analysis Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Integrated water management model for coastal resilient city planning for hydro-meteorological hazards – a case study of 2015 Chennai flood (India) Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Creating flooding resilience in buildings for aging communities in Taiwan Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Re-imagining our ancestors Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Future cities Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Introduction to Section 2 Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Biodiversity and food security in a circular economy Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Reimagining urban agriculture for sustainable urban futures Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Novel horticultural adaptations to climate and their unique landscapes Download PDF
Chapter  15:  A framework for studying the sustainability of urban food security and nutrition across scales Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Food and nutrition security across three scales Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Introduction to Section 3 Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Operationalizing urban biodiversity Download PDF
Chapter  19:  The Satoyama Initiative for urban-rural connectivity at the landscape scale Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Accounting for cities' impacts on biodiversity in the global commons Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Engaging underserved urban audiences in environmental conservation Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Urban aquatic ecology, restoration, and fishing on the Los Angeles River Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Introduction to Section 4 Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Redrawing our urban waters Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Resilience-based planning and management of sustainable coastal cities and landscapes using spatial-temporal simulations Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Reservoir urbanism in Shenzhen Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Living on water Download PDF
Chapter  28:  A classic case of the struggle to control a river Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Watershed Thinking Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Introduction to Section 5 Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Prospects for acceleration of socio-technical transitions for deep decarbonization Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Understanding and monitoring the political valuation of renewable energy transitions using a Model of Perceived Social Acceptability Download PDF
Chapter  33:  ‘Conflicts of Greens’ in renewable energy landscapes Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Co-location for co-benefits Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Site design for solar PV within the urban boundary Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Solar power and the just transition Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Introduction to Section 6 Download PDF
Chapter  38:  People in changing landscapes Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Green space planning and policies for promoting public health Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Research tools for investigating the relationship between environment and human health Download PDF
Chapter  41:  From research to practice Download PDF
Chapter  42:  Introduction to Section 7 Download PDF
Chapter  43:  Urban green infrastructure as landscape-led planning Download PDF
Chapter  44:  Remaking public space for cooler, greener outcomes Download PDF
Chapter  45:  Delivering environmental sustainability outcomes in medium-density neighborhoods in Aotearoa New Zealand Download PDF
Chapter  46:  Architectural integration of solar energy at the urban scale Download PDF
Chapter  47:  Enhancing well-being and housing satisfaction through density Download PDF
Chapter  48:  Everyday urbanism in high-density cities Download PDF
Chapter  49:  Introduction to Section 8 Download PDF
Chapter  50:  Smart cities in the Pacific Rim Download PDF
Chapter  51:  Envisioning urban commons as civic assemblages in the digitally augmented city Download PDF
Chapter  52:  Fostering resilient and smart cities to enhance sustainable urban development Download PDF
Chapter  53:  Evaluating the impacts of the digital economy on land use planning Download PDF
Chapter  54:  Rethinking streets with disruptive forces Download PDF
Chapter  55:  Does disruptive mobility drive urban sustainability? Download PDF
Chapter  56:  Introduction to Section 9 Download PDF
Chapter  57:  Engaged scholarship and co-production Download PDF
Chapter  58:  Structural erasure of Japanese Americans in Pre-WWII Tacoma, WA Download PDF
Chapter  59:  Chicana neighborhood activism Download PDF
Chapter  60:  Governing urban integration in China's land expropriation-induced resettlement neighborhoods Download PDF
Chapter  61:  Evaluating the United Nations Habitat guiding principles for urban-rural linkages Download PDF
Chapter  62:  The co-production of risk knowledge Download PDF
Chapter  63:  An Indigenous Feminist lens Download PDF
Chapter  64:  Making sense of an emergent crisis Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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