Sustainable Urban Planning: Tipping the Balance
Sustainable Urban Planning introduces the principles and practices behind urban and regional planning in the context of environmental sustainability.
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achieve activities agencies Agenda 21 agricultural Anglo settler societies arises assessment Australasia Australasian balance centre chapter conservation with development consumer context costs cultural density depicted development and conservancy Easter Island eco-village ecological economic edge city effects emphasis energy environment environmental ethical ex-urban exploitation export global growth management habitat hectare heritage household housing human identified impact improved income indigenous individual industry input involves Kirkpatrick Sale land land-use landowners landscape lifestyle living ment nations natural neighbourhood neomodern nomic OECD operational options outcomes overall planners planning political pollution population practice principles procedures production profit radical regional residential resource retrofit Richard Sennett rural sector social space style subsidiarity suburban suburbia suburbs sustainable development technologies theory tion tourism towns traditional transport triple bottom line urban planning urban sprawl utility waste wellbeing World Zealand zoning