Category: Urban Planning Development

  • Developing Prosocial Communities Across Cultures by Forrest B. Tyler

    By Forrest B. Tyler

    Communities are easy social devices that supply contexts within which humans stay jointly to their mutual profit. This booklet defines precisely what prosocial groups are, picking their parts and proper interrelationships, and reviewing the to be had proof in help of these conclusions. This paintings exhibits why a prosocial group is vital to the accomplishment of the objectives of group psychology and similar fields, and gives recommendation on find out how to create such communities.

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  • The Space-Economic Transformation of the City: Towards by Peter Bachtold

    By Peter Bachtold

    City making plans is the key-stone to take on the query of climate-change and to contain enough motion.

    In half I of this ebook, the idea of space-economy is gifted.  Opening up a brand new conceptual and operational toolbox for coverage makers, practitioners and students, the idea of space-economy relies on a conscientiously dependent pondering and appearing within the box of sustainable city making plans and architecture.

    Europe has the best adventure in sustainable urban making plans worldwide.  partially II, 4 of the main outstanding stories (Vauban in Freiburg i.B., Kronsberg in Hannover, Western Harbour in Malmö, Hammarby Sjöstad in Stockholm) are awarded, dissected conceptually and operationally a greatly new manner. The curiosity of the strategy isn't constrained to eu countries.

    In half III is constructed a venture in Asia, in Ho Chi Minh urban, confronted with dramatic threats because of weather switch and quickly growing to be tidal and sea-level upward thrust. in keeping with the studies provided partially II, the strategy is built-in during this totally different context, hence changing into totally powerful at a bigger scale.

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  • Altersgerechtes Wohnen – Chance oder Herausforderung für die by Anonym

    By Anonym

    Masterarbeit aus dem Jahr 2012 im Fachbereich Raumwissenschaften, Stadt- und Raumplanung, notice: 2,6, Universität Potsdam (Institut für Geographie), Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Eine Stadt ist der Ort des Zusammenlebens aller Generationen, die den Menschen in ihrer ursprünglichen sozialen Lebensform am meisten entspricht. Die Lebenszufriedenheit der Bewohner einer Gemeinschaft hängt insbesondere von der Qualität der Lebensbedingungen ab. Einige Faktoren spielen bei der Erhöhung dieser Qualität und damit des Wohlbefindens eine große Rolle, so z. B. die Wohnung und deren Umgebung, die Sicherheit in einem Wohngebiet, eine gute Verkehrsanbindung an Einkaufs- und Freizeitmöglichkeiten und an eine medizinische Versorgung. Zurzeit befindet sich Deutschland in einem Prozess der „demografischen Alterung“. So werden nach Prognosen des Statistischen Bundesamtes im Jahre 2050 doppelt so viele 60jährige wie Neugeborene in Deutschland leben, d. h., dass im Gegensatz zu den sinkenden Geburtenraten die Anzahl der älteren Menschen steigt und damit auch ihre Bedeutung für die Stadtentwicklung. Die Kommunen stehen vor großen Herausforderungen: Um die Attraktivität der Städte für die überwiegend ältere Bevölkerung aufrecht zu erhalten, muss eine Anpassung an deren Bedürfnisse wie z.B. an die ökonomische scenario und an den Gesundheitszustand stattfinden.
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  • Survival and Sustainability: Environmental concerns in the by Hüseyin Gökçekus,Umut Türker,James W. LaMoreaux

    By Hüseyin Gökçekus,Umut Türker,James W. LaMoreaux

    The foreign convention on surroundings: Survival and Sustainability, held on the close to East collage, Nicosia, Northern Cyprus 19-24 February 2007, handled environmental threats and proposed strategies in any respect scales. The 21 subject matters addressed by means of the convention fell into 4 vast different types; Threats to Survival and Sustainability; Technological Advances in the direction of Survival and Sustainability; actions and instruments for Social switch; Defining ambitions for Sustainable Societies.


    Activities and instruments that movement the society in the direction of larger sustainability have been emphasised on the convention. those integrated environmental legislations and ethics, environmental wisdom, expertise and knowledge platforms, media, environmental know-how, schooling and lifetime studying, using literature for environmental information, the golf green think about politics, diplomacy and environmental corporations. The breadth of the problems addressed on the convention made transparent the necessity for vastly elevated interdisciplinary and foreign collaboration the survival and sustainability notion. The exchanges on the convention signify a step during this direction.

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  • Biophilic and Bioclimatic Architecture: Analytical Therapy by Amjad Almusaed

    By Amjad Almusaed

    Biophilic and Bioclimatic structure is a advisor to cutting edge architectural layout for architects, engineers and different experts who're operating with biophilic and bioclimatic architectural concepts.


    Biophilic and Bioclimatic Architecture has 3 components:
    • half I specializes in the connection among structure and human wishes and the construction approach, demonstrating the that means of architectural worth in architectural speculation.
    • half II opens the best way in the direction of a brand new realizing of biophilic structure as a reaction to the detrimental activities of people and the unwanted effects of utilizing typical assets.
    • half III exhibits the advantages of combining the consequences of the weather with the suggestion of human convenience in bioclimatic architecture.

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  • Ouagadougou (1850-2004): Une urbanisation différenciée by Florence Fournet,Aude Meunier-Nikiema,Gérard Salem

    By Florence Fournet,Aude Meunier-Nikiema,Gérard Salem

    Dans les will pay du Sud, l’urbanisation rapide induit des changements majeurs environnementaux, démographiques, sociaux, culturels et sanitaires. Les taux de croissance des villes africaines restent très importants, de l’ordre de four à five % l’an : los angeles moitié de l. a. inhabitants ouest-africaine pourrait vivre en milieu urbain d’ici 2020. Ouagadougou, capitale administrative du Burkina Faso, connaît un processus d’urbanisation exemplaire parmi les will pay africains sahéliens pauvres et traditionnellement ruraux. Elle compte un peu plus d’un million d’habitants en 2006, soit environ forty five % de l. a. inhabitants citadine du will pay. Sa croissance a été importante et mal contrôlée par les autorités jusqu’à los angeles Révolution de 1983. Bien qu’un gros attempt ait été fait depuis cette date, l’ensemble urbain reste encore hétérogène, associant un centre-ville moderne, des zones d’habitat dense, parfois insalubres et des fronts d’urbanisation irrégulière. Les quartiers sont différenciés tant par leur constitution démographique que par leur accès aux providers : approvisionnement en eau, assainissement, offre de soins, écoles et marchés. Cet atlas présente l’évolution de l. a. ville depuis los angeles période coloniale jusqu’à aujourd’hui, selon trois thématiques : l’évolution spatiale de los angeles ville ; les différenciations de l’espace en fonction de los angeles inhabitants et de l’habitat ; l. a. structuration de l’espace par rapport aux équipements collectifs. Dans cet ouvrage, une recognition particulière a été portée à los angeles compilation de données anciennes et récentes. Ces données montrent remark, en fonction d’éléments géographiques objectifs liés aux habitants et à leurs stipulations de vie, se distinguent des villes dans los angeles ville.

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  • Introduction to Rural Planning: Economies, Communities and by Nick Gallent,Iqbal Hamiduddin,Meri Juntti,Sue Kidd,Dave Shaw

    By Nick Gallent,Iqbal Hamiduddin,Meri Juntti,Sue Kidd,Dave Shaw

    Introduction to Rural making plans: Economies, groups and Landscapes presents a serious research of the major demanding situations dealing with rural areas and the ways in which public coverage and group motion form rural spaces.?


    The moment variation presents an exam of the composite nature of ‘rural planning’, which mixes land-use and spatial making plans components with neighborhood motion, nation-state administration and the tasks and programmes of nationwide and supra-national organizations and companies. It additionally bargains a extensive research of entrepreneurial social motion as a shaper of rural results, with specific insurance of the localism schedule and Neighbourhood making plans in England. With a spotlight on accessibility and rural delivery provision, this ebook examines the governance preparations had to carry built-in recommendations spanning city and rural areas. via an exam of the surroundings method of environmental making plans, it hyperlinks the procurement of atmosphere prone to the worldwide demanding situations of habitat degradation and loss, weather swap and source shortage and administration.



    A useful source for college kids of making plans, rural improvement and rural geography, Introduction to Rural Planning goals to make feel of present rural demanding situations and making plans methods, comparing the forex of the ‘rural’ label within the context of worldwide urbanisation, arguing that rural areas are relational areas characterized by way of severe construction and intake tensions.?

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  • Creating Modern Athens: A Capital Between East and West by Denis Roubien

    By Denis Roubien

    Athens is a well known vacation spot for these attracted to gaining knowledge of the birthplace of Western civilization. Its old monuments were the version for innumerable structures and artistic endeavors all around the Western global. even though, the truth of contemporary Athens is far extra complex: the traditional monuments and neo-classical structures are interlaced with winding streets, Byzantine church buildings, mosques, and an oriental bazaar. those juxtapositions require explanation.



    This e-book explores the improvement of the town of Athens after the start of Greek independence in 1830. It provides the method of production of a neo-classical capital, within the position of a pre-existing city with the is still of a protracted historical past. An array of chapters learn the therapy of the pre-revolutionary city; its reference to the neo-classical urban; the placement of outdated church buildings during this antiquity-centred capital; and the standards that prompted the implementation of the initiatives for the recent capital and their results for the city’s evolution. All it will be positioned in its eu context, explaining how the development of contemporary Athens relates seriously to the impression of the ‘great’ eu capitals.



    This is efficacious examining for college kids and researchers drawn to city layout, city geography, and sleek Greek history.

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  • Contemporary Rural Geographies: Land, property and resources by Hugh Clout

    By Hugh Clout

    This booklet offers a cohesive set of study statements on serious comparable matters in British rural geography, in addition to echoing the priorities pointed out through an influential determine in British rural geography, Richard Munton. This e-book demonstrates that the agricultural global has to be visible in a much wider standpoint than that of agriculture/ foodstuff construction, as a way to understand how assets are being appraised and exploited in new methods, and to reply to the urgent demanding situations of sustainability for the a long time forward.


    Chapters undertake a time viewpoint to discover a chain of key issues:




    • the upward push of productivist farming



    • ways of conceptualising agricultural change



    • the evolution of landownership and estate rights



    • rural and concrete agendas for nature conservation



    • the hole among coverage and motion for sustainable improvement.


    The ultimate set of chapters is dedicated to policy-related matters linked to agricultural switch and the profound problem of rural diversification for the longer term. The final bankruptcy strains the favorite profession of Richard Munton.

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