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Tunisian land tenure origins and changes after independence
The Tunisian Land Regime. Its Origins and Its Evolution after Independence.France established its protectorate in Tunisia in 1881. The land law situation (situation immobilière) of this widely agricultural country seemed vital to the colonizer, as control (maîtrise) over the land lies at the heart o...
Sectoral and territorial issues for sustainable urban development
Les organisations politico-administratives sectorielles et territoriales apparaissent explicitement, mais le plus souvent implicitement, au coeur des programmes intégrés de développement urbain durable en Europe, auxquels se rattache, en France, la politique de la ville. Si ces programmes ambitionne...
Life-Cycle Assessment of Carbon Footprint of Bike-Share and Bus Systems in Campus Transit
Low-carbon transport system is desired for sustainable cities. The study aims to compare carbon footprint of two transportation modes in campus transit, bus and bike-share systems, using life-cycle assessment (LCA). A case study was conducted for the four-campus (College Ave, Cook/Douglass, Busch, L...
Integration of Ecosystem Services in Strategic Environmental Assessment of a Peri-Urban Development Plan
Strategic environmental assessment (SEA) can support decision-makers in constructing more sustainable plans, programs, and policies (PPPs). To be more coherent with new frontiers of sustainable cities, PPPs need to include conservation objectives and to increase ecosystem service (ES) strategies. Th...
Strategies and Governance for Implementing Deep Decarbonization Plans at the Local Level
This study qualitatively explores eight cases of best practice cities that are leading the way towards deep decarbonization. Local governments and stakeholders are developing short-term strategies and long-term pathways towards deep decarbonization at the local level but are struggling to determine...
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Active Pedagogy for Sustainable Building Innovation and Situated Dwelling. The 'Baitykool' Experience
Semantic construction of the concept of challenges for cities and communities that can be sustained by university students
Introducción. Hoy en día, la problemática ambiental exige tomar acciones inmediatas a nuestra sociedad. Es así como se pronuncian los Objetivos del Desarrollo Sustentable en el año 2015, con el fin de orientar el desarrollo humano en el mundo, donde se privilegie la sustentabilidad. Objetivo: El pro...
The Regional Determinants of the New Venture Formation in China’s Car-Sharing Economy
New ventures play an important role in promoting regional economic growth, employment and innovative development. In China, the new business model centered on the sharing economy has grown rapidly in a short time, especially with regard to car-sharing, which has become one of the new governmental st...
Sustainability for Shrinking Cities
Shrinking cities are widespread throughout the world despite the rapidly increasing global urban population. These cities are attempting to transition to sustainable trajectories to improve the health and well-being of urban residents, to build their capacity to adapt to changing conditions and to c...
Urban Sustainable Development Based on the Framework of Sponge City: 71 Case Studies in China
Sponge city is a new urban stormwater management strategy proposed in China, which enables the city to absorb and save stormwater like a sponge, then release stormwater to solve the problems of urban waterlogging and water shortage. However, at present, sponge cities are confronted with such problem...
Sustainable Tourism in Cities—Nature Reserves as a ‘New’ City Space for Nature-Based Tourism
Visible trends in city tourism related to the development of sustainable tourism clearly imply an increase in the significance of green areas and the development of nature-based tourism. Natural areas in cities that ideally fit the assumptions of sustainable tourism are nature reserves—areas where p...
Microclimates Potentially Shape Spatial Distribution of Facial Expressions for Urban Forest Visitors: A Regional Study of 30 Parks in North China
Promotion of mental well-being is a desired goal of service in sustainable urban forest management. Microclimate is impacted by forest settings which makes ecosystem services perceived by users. Changes of regional meteorological factors drive responses of emotional perceptions as spatial distributi...
Spatio-Temporal Characteristics and Obstacle Factors of Cultivated Land Resources Security
The security of cultivated land resources is closely related to a country’s food security, economic security and social security, and as such is always the top priority of those responsible for the governance and administration of state affairs. The study area is 13 prefecture-level cities in Hubei...
Household water consumption in Algiers facing population growth
International audience Since independence in 1962, Algiers capital of Algeria has experienced a massive influx of people from other parts of the country. The unrestrained population growth did not take long to induce serious socio-economic and urban issues. Household water supply was one of the prob...
Sustainability guidelines to attaining smart sustainable cities in developing countries: A Ghanaian context
Urbanisation of cities are fraught with several challenges. Smart sustainable city concepts (SSCC) present means to solve these problems. Therefore, over the years, researchers have been studying frameworks to adopt in the formation of smart sustainable cities to solve urbanisation challenges. In th...
Ecological aspects of modern city-planning
Directions for creation of a steady eco-city (or an eco-district) and the criteria of stability and environmental friendliness of the cities are presented. The authors also recognize that the sustainable eco-friendly development of the city demands association of the matters of the so called “green”...
Analysis of Bus Line Operation Reliability Based on Copula Function
To promote the development level of urban sustainability, more and more cities have been paying attention to the improvement of public transportation. City managers intend to attract people from private cars to public transport by improving the service level of urban public transport. The operationa...
A Case Study on Emerging Learning Pathways in SDG-Focused Engineering Studies through Applying CBL
Recently, a growing number of Higher Education institutions have started to implement challenge-based learning (CBL) in study processes. However, despite the growing Higher Education attention to challenge-based learning, research on the method, especially in Engineering education, has not been exte...
Urban Data Dynamics: A Systematic Benchmarking Framework to Integrate Crowdsourcing and Smart Cities’ Standardization
Urbanization and knowledge economy have highly marked the new millennium. Urbanization brings new challenges which can be addressed by the knowledge economy, which opens up scientific and technical innovation opportunities. The enhancement of cities’ intelligence has heavily impacted city transforma...
Housing Evaluation Methodology in a Situation of Social Poverty to Guarantee Sustainable Cities: The Satisfaction Dimension for the Case of Mexico
Currently, one in eight people live in neighborhoods with social inequality and around one billion people live in precarious conditions. The significance of where and how to live and in what physical, spatial, social, and urban conditions has become very important for millions of families around the...
Road Transport and Its Impact on Air Pollution during the COVID-19 Pandemic
This paper discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on air pollution. Many urban inhabitants were confined to their homes during the lockdown. This had an impact air pollution, due to a reduction the number of vehicles being operated in cities. People also limited the number of visits to shoppi...
Valdivia urban development: case study in a middle-city
La ciudad intermedia chilena Valdivia está caracterizada con un crecimiento demográfico lento. Este es casi un caso singular entre las ciudades de tamaño medio de América Latina que generalmente crecen con Lasas aún superiores a las capitales. El presente trabajo analiza las razones y las consecuenc...
The bridge point, a logistics tool at the heart of the urban factory: findings, developments and prospects. The case of the Toulousaine metropolis
Les points-relais commerçants sont apparus dans les années 80 par les VPCistes soucieux de développer une alternative à la livraison à domicile et de réduire la dépendance à La Poste, qui rencontre de nombreux problèmes sociaux. Cette solution de livraisons hors domicile se matérialise par des petit...
The Animitas of the Chile or the public space of the contemporary city confronted to ancestral beliefs leading to the spontaneous construction of sustainable buildings
In Chile, Many aedicule called Animitas, often small but sometimes monumental, stand out in towns and along roads, often incongruous position with regard of the Rationalist logic that now prevail in the management of the territories. They commemorate tragic, natural or violent deaths occurred in pub...
A sustainable territory and a high-quality zero-consumption habitat in seismic risk areas
Après des catastrophes - comme le cas d'étude pris en considération : le tremblement de terre de L'Aquila en 2009 - il est nécessaire de comprendre comment affronter la reconstruction et comment gérer la régénération sociale et économique de la ville et du territoire. La réflexion ici présentée et r...