Humber Centre for Excellence in the Built Environment

Hay, Chris (2004) Humber Centre for Excellence in the Built Environment. In: Sustainable cities 3: urban regeneration and sustainability. International series on advances in architecture . WIT Press, Southampton, UK, pp. 223-232. ISBN 1853127205

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Abstract

Areas explored include: Strategy and Development; Planning, Development and Management; Restructuring and Renewal; Resource Management; Land Use and Management; Agriculture and the City; Environmental Management; Waste Management; Energy Resources; Air Quality; Transport Environment and Integration; Employment, Housing and Economic Issues; Cultural Heritage and Architecture Issues; The Community and the City; and Public Safety and Security
Table of Contents
Section 1: Strategy and development Emergy flows and sustainable indicators: the strategic environmental assessment for a master plan; Existing infrastructures: a restriction for real sustainable development?; Sustainable high-density environments; Developing the urban metabolism approach into a new urban metabolic model; Planning within a global sight: the structural plan of Ravenna and the emergy storage assessment Section 2: Planning, development and management Crises and innovation in sustainable city planning; Understanding developers' perspectives in sustainable urban design; Urban planning motivations and sustainable development of the territory; The Total Planning Doctrine and Putrajaya development; Climate indicators for cities; Slum development in Ahvaz with emphasis on the All-E-Saffi sector; Ningbo - A new sustainable city for China Section 3: Environmental management The ecological footprint analysis for the Province of Venice and the relevance of tourism; Sustainable development at local level and anthropic resilience: sustainability indicators from the SPIn-ECO project; Using satellite data for a territorial indicator in Tuscany; Environmental consequences of rapid urbanization in warm, arid lands:case study of Phoenix, Arizona (USA); Certification as a tool for environmental management; Administrative and institutional set up for environmental management in Malaysia as compared with the U.K. and U.S.; Environmental crises in the Metropolises of Iran; The sustainable management of resources in the mitigation of the risk of desertification in the Apulia region Section 4: Cultural heritage and architectural issues Certification of building eco-compatibility and durability: application to new and existing buildings; Complexity and sustainability: relief and representation of the new urban identity; Humber Centre for Excellence in the Built Environment; Deciphering urban cultural heritage, community and the city; Strategies for b.

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Additional Information:Areas explored include: Strategy and Development; Planning, Development and Management; Restructuring and Renewal; Resource Management; Land Use and Management; Agriculture and the City; Environmental Management; Waste Management; Energy Resources; Air Quality; Transport Environment and Integration; Employment, Housing and Economic Issues; Cultural Heritage and Architecture Issues; The Community and the City; and Public Safety and Security Table of Contents Section 1: Strategy and development Emergy flows and sustainable indicators: the strategic environmental assessment for a master plan; Existing infrastructures: a restriction for real sustainable development?; Sustainable high-density environments; Developing the urban metabolism approach into a new urban metabolic model; Planning within a global sight: the structural plan of Ravenna and the emergy storage assessment Section 2: Planning, development and management Crises and innovation in sustainable city planning; Understanding developers' perspectives in sustainable urban design; Urban planning motivations and sustainable development of the territory; The Total Planning Doctrine and Putrajaya development; Climate indicators for cities; Slum development in Ahvaz with emphasis on the All-E-Saffi sector; Ningbo - A new sustainable city for China Section 3: Environmental management The ecological footprint analysis for the Province of Venice and the relevance of tourism; Sustainable development at local level and anthropic resilience: sustainability indicators from the SPIn-ECO project; Using satellite data for a territorial indicator in Tuscany; Environmental consequences of rapid urbanization in warm, arid lands:case study of Phoenix, Arizona (USA); Certification as a tool for environmental management; Administrative and institutional set up for environmental management in Malaysia as compared with the U.K. and U.S.; Environmental crises in the Metropolises of Iran; The sustainable management of resources in the mitigation of the risk of desertification in the Apulia region Section 4: Cultural heritage and architectural issues Certification of building eco-compatibility and durability: application to new and existing buildings; Complexity and sustainability: relief and representation of the new urban identity; Humber Centre for Excellence in the Built Environment; Deciphering urban cultural heritage, community and the city; Strategies for b.
Keywords:Sustainability, Sustainable design and construction, Sustainable development
Subjects:K Architecture, Building and Planning > K900 Others in Architecture, Building and Planning
K Architecture, Building and Planning > K220 Construction Management
Divisions:College of Arts > Lincoln School of Architecture
ID Code:1174
Deposited By: Bev Jones
Deposited On:14 Sep 2007
Last Modified:18 Jul 2011 16:16

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