Transitioning to Sustainable Cities and Communities
Transitioning to Sustainable Cities and Communities is part of MDPI's new Open Access book series Transitioning to Sustainability. With this series, MDPI pursues environmentally and socially relevant research that contributes to efforts toward a sustainable world. Transitioning to Sustainability aims to add to the conversation about regional and global sustainable development according to the 17 SDGs. The book series is intended to reach beyond disciplinary, even academic boundaries.
Preliminary Content and Working Titles
Impact of Urban Planning on Air Quality: The Consequences of the Mismatch Between Natural Wind Flows and Building Typologies
The Relationship Between Public Lighting and Urban Sustainability in Bogotá’s Informal Settlements
Sustainability Discourse Urban Design Studio Education and Research
Studio Bagan: Strengthening Cultural Heritage Conservation Through Interdisciplinary Problem-Based Learning
Stephanie Briers and Yael Borofsky
Everynight Life in Informal Settlements
Towards Sustainable Post-War Reconstruction: Reflecting on City-Making and Conflict
Positioning: How isolated development policy can adversely affect a sustainable goal?
DreaMed-ellín: Urban planning as an instrument of social equity, environmental quality and sustainability
Hubert Klumpner and Diego Ceresuela-Wiesmann
Education, Culture and a New Urban Paradigm in Colombia
Chukwuemeka Vincent Chukwuemeka, Kris Scheerlinck and Yves Schoonjans
Centering Urban Market[places] within SDG-11 in the Postcolony: Learning from Onitsha Markets, Nigeria
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