Strategies for Sustainable Urban Development—Exploring Innovative Approaches for a Liveable Future

Edited by
May 2023
208 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-7158-4 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-7159-1 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Strategies for Sustainable Urban Development that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science
Computer Science & Mathematics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Physical Sciences

This reprint covers various aspects of sustainable urbanisation. It includes empirical evidence, theoretical insights, and practical recommendations in order to inform and inspire sustainable urban strategies. The ten original research studies presented in this reprint explore topics such as green buildings, rail transportation, land-use efficiency, energy consumption, innovation management, heritage preservation, digital technologies, and behaviour change. The interdisciplinary and international scope of the issue reflects the complexity and diversity of the challenges and opportunities encountered when striving for urban sustainability. This Special Issue aimed to provide researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and students with a comprehensive and up-to-date perspective on sustainable urban development.

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green buildings; occupant well-being; healthy buildings; occupant-orientation; indoor environment conditions; residential property; public transportation; metro; rail; flat; resource-based city; green land use efficiency (GLUE); carbon emissions; the Yellow River Basin (YRB); multimodal data; attention mechanisms; data fusion; urban planning; energy consumption; building energy; spatial autocorrelation; multiscale geographically weighted regression (MGWR); prefabricated construction; digital green innovation management; venture capital; project partners; transfer of development rights (TDR); land registry; land management; preservation of buildings; historic buildings; development restriction; development loss; floor area; Turkey; sustainable urban planning; digital legislation and policy; rural digitalization reform; digital technology; energy conservation; extraversion; green hotel; past behaviour; personality traits; pro-environmental management; city–county consolidation; market competition; earnings management; urbanization development; sustainable urban development; urban resilience; influencing factors; Chengdu–Chongqing urban agglomeration; urban rail transit (URT); PPP; value creation; grounded theory; smart home; secure architecture; blockchain; storage efficiency; IoT; climate change; GHG mitigation; public policy; enabler networks; net-zero roadmap; developing countries; social network analysis; COVID-19; COVID-19 response policy; operational restrictions on facilities; Night-Time Economy (NTE); Night-Time Economic Vitality (NTEV); credit-card sales; PLS-SEM (partial least square structural equation modeling); formative measurement model; superblocks urbanism; gulf urbanization; street connectivity and efficiency; walkability; sustainable urban development policy and practice; urban vulnerabilities; vulnerable communities; multidisciplinary approach; disciplinary boundaries; design workshops; research by design; Design for Vulnerables; Krebs cycle design; generative urban design; evidence-based design decision-making; activity-based model; transit-oriented development; walkability; amenity accessibility; green roofs; sustainable urban planning and design; urban development; public perception; urban policy and governance; Saudi Arabia; post-occupancy evaluation; semantic differential method; sports parks; real estate enterprise; digitalization; operations management; barriers; FTA–DEMATEL–ISM; sustainability; heritage redevelopment; participatory design; public engagement; community value; social value; Faro Convention; HUL; heritage; cognitive mapping; urban regeneration; text mining; keyword network analysis; students’ participation; social network service; stakeholder; Korea; industrial building renovation; brownfield buildings; conflicts; stakeholders; grounded theory; n/a; n/a; innovation district; user preferences; user-centric planning; decision makers’ perspectives; urban policy; Kelvin Grove Urban Village; Diamantina Knowledge Precinct; Brisbane Technology Park; Brisbane; Australia; sustainable development; Central Taiwan Science Park; green infrastructure; residents’ opinions; urban ecosystem; environmental education