From urban consolidation to urban village. New York: Oxford University Press. The Gaia atlas of cities: New directions for sustainable urban living. Ewing, Reid , Padma Haliyur , and G. Land use and transportation interaction implications on public health and quality of life.
Journal of the American Planning Association 70 4 : 411- 425. A theory of good city form. Economic and market feasibility of the compact city. The analysis identifies seven design concepts related to sustainable urban forms: compactness, sustainable transport, density, mixed land uses, diversity, passive solar design, and greening. Responsibility: edited by Mike Jenks, Elizabeth Burton and Katie Williams. City form and natural processes. Urban containment and central-city revitalization.
Brian Edwards and David Turrent , 66- 71. It is also an excellent introduction to the complexities faced by the planning profession in a world seeking sustainable solution to human settlements, and the role which can be played by urban design. The ecology of urban habitats. Built Environment 18: 268- 284. The European urban charter— Standing conference of local and regional authorities of Europe. Part Two: Environment and resources. Implementation: Who will care for compact cities? In Eco-city dimensions: Healthy communities, healthy planet, ed.
Built Environment 29 2 : 132- 143. In Achieving sustainable urban form, ed. It offers diverse opinions and research, from a wide range of disciplines, and gives an insight into both the theoretical debate and the practical challenges surrounding the compact city. In The compact city: A sustainable urban form? The second coming of the American small town. Journal of the American Planning Association 63: 107— 127. Part Three: Economic and social issues. Neo-traditional neighborhood design and its implications for traffic engineering.
The limitless city: A primer on the urban sprawl debate. Presented at the 2nd International Conference on the Future of Urban Transport, Göteborg, Sweden. Compact city: A plan for a livable urban environment. In Planning for a sustainable environment, ed. Journal of Planning Education and Research 13: 161- 173. Travel by design: The influence of urban form on travel.
The impacts of urban patterns on aquatic ecosystems: An empirical analysis in Puget Lowland Sub-Basins. Kendle, Tony , and Stephen Forbes. Journal of Planning Education and Research 23: 58- 68. Dumreicher, Heidi , Richard S. It will also be used as a whole or in parts as required reading for tertiary coursework in schools of planning, architecture, and urban design. The next American metropolis: Ecology, community, and the American dream. Sustainable architecture: European directives and building design.
In Sustainable housing: Principles and practice, ed. Struggling with sustainability: Weak and strong interpretations of sustainable development within local authority policy. Community design and the culture of cities: The crossroad and the wall. Boarnet, Marlon , and Randall Crane. Reducing transport emissions through planning.
A thematic analysis has been used to coop with the vast body of sustainable development and environmental planning literature. Irvine: Institute of Transportation Studies, Center for Activity Systems Analysis, University of California, Irvine. Reviews 'A useful source of theories on sustainable urban development in the developed world' - Building 'It represents the most consistent attempt that I have encountered in a long time to rigorously analyse and codify the city - to make it understandable, for instance, in the way that Modernist city planning had rendered it. Reconsidering the dream: Alternative design for sustainable development. Cities of field: Cyberspace and urban space. Claims and counter-claims addressing implications for environmental, economic and social sustainability. Leccese, Michael , and Kathleen McCormick.
Part Four: Measuring and monitoring. It is also an excellent introduction to the complexities faced by the planning profession in a world seeking sustainable solutions to human settlements, and the role which can be played by urban design' - Urban Design International 'An exiting collection of critical reviews on the effects of the compact city policy…well written…will give the reader a worthwhile opportunity to grasp a major part of the picture. This book presents the latest thinking on the benefits and dangers of higher density urban living. Solving sprawl: Models of smart growth in communities across America. Urban villages—A concept for creating mixed-use urban developments on a sustainable scale. Smarter standards and regulations: Diversifying the spatial paradigm of subdivisions.
London: Friends of the Earth. Duncan, Bruce , and John Hartman. Beatley, Timothy , and Kristy Manning. Lerner-Lam, Eva , Stephen P. The E-mail message field is required.