Urban Sustainability Transitions

Urban Sustainability Transitions

Australian Cases- International Perspectives

Horne, Ralph; Gleeson, Brendan James; Moore, Trivess; Haan, Fjalar J. de

Springer Verlag, Singapore

08/2017

260

Dura

Inglês

9789811047916

15 a 20 dias


Versão ebook 99,99 €

This book contributes to current debates regarding purposive transitions to sustainable cities, providing an accessible but critical exploration of sustainability transitions in urban settings.
Chapter 1 - Introduction Authors: Editorial team - Dr Trivess Moore, Dr Fjalar J de Haan, Professor Ralph Horne and Professor Brendan Gleeson Chapter 2 - Urban Sustainability Transitions: scalar and social dimensions Author: Professor Ralph Horne, RMIT University Part I Introduction to urban governance section Author: Dr Fjalar de Haan, The University of Melbourne. This section introduces the following five chapters which focus on urban governance within sustainability transitions. Chapter 3 - Urban transitions governance - conceptual challenges and practical solutions Author: Dr Fjalar J de Haan, The University of Melbourne. Chapter 4 - Strategic spatial planning re-imagined: An exploration of socio-technical transitions to empower forward looking, sustainable city-region development Authors: Dr John Morrissey, Liverpool John Moores University, Dr Susie Moloney, RMIT University, Dr Trivess Moore, RMIT University. Chapter 5 - Sustainability transition theories and organisational strategic planning: a case study Authors: Judy Bush, The University of Melbourne, Associate Professor Lu Aye, The University of Melbourne, Dr Dominique Hes, The University of Melbourne, Paul Murfitt, CEO of the Moreland Energy Foundation Ltd. Chapter 6 - The role of regional boundary organisations in sustainability transitions under a changing climate Authors: Dr Karyn Bosomworth, RMIT University, Dr Brian Coffey, RMIT University, Dr Susie Moloney, RMIT University. Chapter 7 - The role of Government supporting niche development to influence the regime Author: Dr Trivess Moore, RMIT University. Part II Introduction to specific approaches to urban transitions section Authors: Dr Trivess Moore, RMIT University, Professor Ralph Horne, RMIT University. Chapter 8 - Water Sensitive Cities Author(s): Dr Briony Rogers, Monash University (with possible contributions from Professor Rebekah Brown, Monash University, Dr Fjalar de Haan, The University of Melbourne and others). Chapter 9 - Regime resistance and discursive strategies in sustainability transitions Author(s): Adrian Ford, The University of Melbourne, Dr. Paul Gruba, The University of Melbourne. Chapter 10 - The greyfields initiative Author: Professor Peter Newton, Swinburne University of Technology. Chapter 11 - Transition towns and the Transition Network - Australian experiences Authors: Dr Samuel Alexander, The University of Melbourne (and an additional author TBC) Part III Introduction to spatial dimensions of urban transitions section Authors: Professor Brendan Gleeson, The University of Melbourne. Chapter 12 - Urban fragmentation and sustainability transitions Author (s): Professor Tony Dalton, RMIT University (TBC) and possible other authors. Chapter 13 - Multi-level perspective and urban planning Authors: Andreanne Doyon, The University of Melbourne, Dr Ole Fryd, The University of Melbourne. Chapter 14 - Urban mobilities and transitions Author: Professor Jago Dodson, RMIT University. Chapter 15 - Sustainability transitions in the urban age Authors: Professor Brendan Gleeson, The University of Melbourne. Chapter 16 - Conclusion Authors: Dr Trivess Moore, RMIT University, Dr Fjalar J de Haan, The University of Melbourne, Professor Ralph Horne, RMIT University, Professor Brendan Gleeson, The University of Melbourne.
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