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  • 1
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    Singapore : Springer Singapore | Singapore : Imprint: Springer
    Keywords: Sustainable development. ; Human geography. ; Environmental policy. ; Sociology.
    Description / Table of Contents: Current Progress on Sustainable and Climate-Resilient Development -- Innovations and Transitions: Urban Factors and Low Carbon Strategies -- Overview of China’s Low Carbon Progress: Past, Present, and Future -- Low carbon Transitions in Practice: Low Carbon Development in China -- Lessons and Paradigms to Meet the 2030 Targets and the 2060 Plan -- Key Suggestions and Steps Ahead.
    Type of Medium: Online Resource
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource(XVIII, 215 p. 38 illus., 37 illus. in color.)
    Edition: 1st ed. 2021.
    ISBN: 9789811626210
    Series Statement: Springer eBook Collection
    DDC: 338.927
    Language: English
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  • 2
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    Singapore : : Springer Singapore Pte. Limited,
    Keywords: City planning-Environmental aspects.. ; Sustainable development. ; Electronic books.
    Type of Medium: Online Resource
    Pages: 1 online resource (203 pages)
    ISBN: 9789811313882
    DDC: 333.7
    Language: English
    Note: Intro -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- About the Authors -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Chapter 1: Introduction: Climate Change and Cities-Perspectives, Planning and People -- 1.1 A General Overview -- 1.2 Climate Change Matters -- 1.2.1 Global Temperature Rise -- 1.2.2 Warming Oceans -- 1.2.3 Sea Level Rise -- 1.2.4 Extreme Events -- 1.3 Three Pillars: Perspectives, Planning and People -- 1.4 Sustainable Development Goals: Cities, Climate Change and People -- 1.5 Implementing and Achieving Sustainable Urban Development -- 1.6 Sustainable Urban Development: A Trend or An Alternative? -- 1.7 Cities and Facing Climate Change -- References -- Chapter 2: Stakeholder Methods to Climate Change and Sustainable Development -- 2.1 Introduction to Stakeholder Participation -- 2.2 Histories and Typologies of Participation -- 2.3 Key Typologies -- 2.3.1 Participation Based on Degree of Participation: Arnstein's Model -- 2.3.2 Participation Based on Theoretical Preference-Consensus Versus Quality: A Normative and Pragmatic Outlook to Participation -- 2.3.2.1 Normative -- 2.4 Challenges, Benefits, Traits and Strategies -- 2.5 Pragmatism -- 2.6 Modern Categorisation and Methods of Participation -- 2.6.1 Various Participatory Initiatives used Today -- 2.6.2 Stakeholder-Based Initiatives -- 2.6.3 Science-Based Initiatives: Indicators and NSATs -- 2.7 Benefits, Best Practices and Challenges of Participation -- 2.8 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 3: Case Study Reviews: People, Perspective and Planning -- 3.1 Helsingborg, Sweden: Education-Based Project -- 3.2 Taichung City, Taiwan: Local Initiatives on Healthy Food -- 3.3 Betim, Brazil: Community-Based Local Action -- 3.4 Lima, Peru: Efficient Water Management -- 3.5 Kalahari, Botswana: Kalahari Rangelands Biodiversity Project -- 3.6 Kitale and Nairobi, Kenya: Slum Development. , 3.6.1 Kitale: Building in Partnership-Participatory Urban Planning Project -- 3.6.2 Nairobi: Kenyan Slum Upgrading Programme -- 3.7 Sydney, Australia: Sustainable Sydney 2030 -- 3.8 Castleward, Derby, United Kingdom-Neighbourhood Sustainability Assessment Tool (NSAT) -- 3.9 Dongxiaokou and Zhenggezhuang, Beijing, China: Tale of Two Villages -- 3.10 Nigeria: Transition from MDG to SDG -- 3.10.1 Lesson Learned from the Challenges of Executing MDGs in Nigeria -- 3.10.2 Lesson Learned from MDGs and Transition to SDGs -- 3.11 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 4: The Review of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): People, Perspective and Planning -- 4.1 Meta-Analysis and Trends of SDGs and Planning -- 4.2 SDG 3: Ensuring Healthy Lives and Promoting Well-Being for All and at All Ages -- 4.3 SDG 6: Ensuring Availability and Sustainable Management of Water and Sanitation for All -- 4.4 SDG 4: Ensuring Inclusive and Equitable Quality Education and Promoting Lifelong Learning Opportunities for All -- 4.5 SDG 13: Take Urgent Action to Combat Climate Change and its Impacts -- 4.6 The Context of SDGs -- 4.7 SDG 13: Planning for Climate Change through Learning and Engagement -- 4.8 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 5: Sustainable Urban Development in the Age of Climate Change -- 5.1 Effective Partnership with People -- 5.2 Overview of Best Practices to Achieve SDGs through Bottom-Up Approaches -- 5.2.1 Established Institutions in Line with Current SDGs -- 5.2.2 Establishing a Sustainably Oriented Planning Framework -- 5.2.3 Established Participatory Planning in Community Development -- 5.2.4 Interlinkages of SDGs -- 5.2.5 Multi-Scalar Approach and Towards Regional Thinking for Achieving the SDGs -- 5.3 Comprehensive Checklist for Effective Participatory Approaches to SDGs -- 5.3.1 SDG Checklist 1-Power and Competence. , 5.3.2 SDG Checklist 2-The By-Products of Partnership -- 5.3.3 SDG Checklist 3-Early Participation -- 5.3.4 SDG Checklist 4-Education and Empowerment -- 5.3.5 SDG Checklist 5-Stakeholder Analysis -- 5.3.6 SDG Checklist 6-Perspectives and Context -- 5.3.7 SDG Checklist 7-Integration of Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches -- 5.3.8 SDG Checklist 8-Institutional Support -- 5.3.9 SDG Checklist 9-Participatory Plan -- 5.4 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Websites -- Websites for Country Sustainable Development Cases -- Index.
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  • 3
    Keywords: Climatic changes ; Sociology, Urban ; Climate Change
    Description / Table of Contents: This book considers the impact of climate change on cities, advocating that people are the panaceas and antidote to mitigating climate change, by enhancing their involvement in achieving sustainable development Goals (SDGs). This leads to the development of an SDG best practice participation template, which is supported by an extensive checklist of the ‘whats’ and ‘hows’ in participatory processes. Using case studies, extensive literature reviews and meta-analysis to make a case for a people-centric and integrated approach to sustainable urban development, the book examines the role of governance in climate change, focusing on decision making processes, policies and regulations, as well as focusing on the significance of a people-oriented approach on climate change and cities. Through an extensive global outlook, it highlights bottom-up methods of implementing and achieving sustainable urban development in the age of climate change. These highlights should help to develop new mindsets, new strategies, new directions and new policies, through which we can see a more sustainable approach to urbanisation and urban development globally, which can start ‘equipping future generations with the tools for them to help their future generations’
    Type of Medium: Online Resource
    Pages: Online-Ressource (XIX, 188 p. 3 illus, online resource)
    ISBN: 9789811313882
    Series Statement: SpringerLink
    DDC: 577.27
    Language: English
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