Filter by 'Tier 2' Sub-Themes
Filter by 'Tier 2' Sub-Themes
Net Zero Transport: The Role of Spatial Planning and Place-based Solutions (2020)
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# Planning for Future of Transportation, # Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI), # Urban Planners, # Civil Engineers, # Architects, # (Research) Paper / Journal / Article
2020
This report explores how different places can achieve an 80% reduction in surface transport emissions by 2030, as part of a pathway to net zero by 2050.
Reimagining our Cities in a Zero Carbon World (2020)
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# Regional & Local Infrastructure + Planning, # Colab CPD, # Architects, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Landscape Architects, # Property Managers / Operators, # Urban Planners, # University Tutors (Built Environment), # Students (Built Environment), # Occupiers / End Users, # Video / Webinar / Event, # Video / Webinar / Event, # Video / Webinar / Event, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Short, # Basic
2020
This webinar explores how cities could be reimagined and transformed through reduced usage of energy and resources, becoming healthier, resilient and sustainable places we all want to live in.
Social Capital and the Built Environment: The Importance of Walkable Neighbourhoods. (American Journal of Public Health 93(9) 1546-1551) (2003)
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# Sustainable Urbanism Architecture + Engineering, # Compact Development + Walkability, # Social Value, # Leyden K M
2003
Persons living in walkable, mixed-use neighbourhoods have higher levels of social capital compared with those living in car-oriented suburbs. Respondents living in walkable neighbourhoods were more likely to know their neighbours, participate politically, trust others, and be socially engaged
Impact of future urban form on the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from residential commercial and public buildings in Utsunomiya Japan. (Energy Policy 38(9) 4888-4896) (2009)
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# Planning for Future of Transportation, # Case Studies (Connectivity + Transport), # Ishil S, # Tabushi S, # Aramaki T, # Hanaki K
2009
Medium averaged density developments provide the greatest opportunity for combining photovoltaic cells and combined heat and power technologies and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Exploring the Relationship between Urban Transportation Energy Consumption and Transition of Settlement Morphology: A Case Study on Xiamen Island China. (Habitat International 37 70-79) (2012)
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# Planning for Future of Transportation, # Case Studies (Connectivity + Transport), # Zhou J, # Lin J, # Cui S, # Qiu Q
2012
Mixed-use developments with greater density lead to lower transportation energy consumption. Integrating public transportation into mixed-use, denser developments has the greatest role in reducing energy consumption.
Driving CO2 reduction by integrating transport and urban design strategies. (Cities 28(5) 394-405) (2010)
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# Planning for Future of Transportation, # Case Studies (Connectivity + Transport), # Tiwari R, # Cervero R, # Schipper L, # Urban Planners, # Civil Engineers
2010
The rapid bus and light rail options showed significant (45-48%) reductions in carbon emissions, despite large construction requirements for light rail. The light rail option was rated more highly in terms of its positive impact on place-making
Resilient Infrastructure (2020)
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# Sustainable Urbanism Architecture + Engineering, # Regional & Local Infrastructure + Planning, # Low Carbon Transport + Multimodal Transportation Networks, # Planning for Future of Transportation, # Commonwealth Association of Architects, # Ian Carradice, # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # Structural Engineers, # Civil Engineers, # Landscape Architects, # Urban Planners, # Contractors / Subcontractors, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Students (Built Environment), # University Tutors (Built Environment), # Property Managers / Operators, # Occupiers / End Users, # Cost Consultants, # Other Audience, # Video / Webinar / Event, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Medium, # Basic
2020
Webinar presenting the context and key drivers for developing resilient infrastructures.
Optimize Site Potential (2018)
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# Site Location, # Whole Building Design Guide, # Architects, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Stage 2, # Short, # Basic
2018
General resource for understanding the impact of site selection in promoting sustainability within built environments. It includes guidance on key strategies for effective site selection, as well as link to other, relevant resources.
Performance Based Building (PeBBU) Initiative: Compact City
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# Compact Development + Walkability, # University of Reading, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Urban Planners, # Architects, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Short, # Basic
General resource for understanding key aspects of a compact city.
Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) (UK) Practical Guides - Guide 13: Sustainable Transport (2020)
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# Calculators Tools + Guides (Connectivity + Transport), # Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) (UK), # Urban Planners, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Architects, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Medium, # Intermediate
2020
Garden City Standards for the 21st Century: Practical Guides for Creating Successful New Communities
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# Calculators Tools + Guides (Connectivity + Transport), # Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) (UK), # Urban Planners, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Architects, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Medium, # Intermediate
General resource of guidance reports produced by Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) (UK) on designing and delivering new 'Garden Cities'.
3 Big Ideas to achieve Sustainable Cities and Communities (2018)
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# Regional & Local Infrastructure + Planning, # World Bank, # Architects, # Building Services Engineers, # Structural Engineers, # Civil Engineers, # Landscape Architects, # Urban Planners, # Contractors / Subcontractors, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Students (Built Environment), # University Tutors (Built Environment), # Property Managers / Operators, # Occupiers / End Users, # Cost Consultants, # Other Audience, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Stage 1, # Short, # Basic
2018
General resource for achieving sustainable cities and communities with integrated urban resilience, appropriate financing, and by promoting territorial development. This page includes links to other, relevant resources.
(Eltis - The Urban Mobility Observatory) Case Studies
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# Case Studies (Connectivity + Transport), # European Local Transport Information Service (ELTIS), # Urban Planners, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Architects, # Case Studies, # Stage 0, # Short, # Basic
General resource for case studies that relate to urban mobility, transport and public spaces.
(Ellen MacArthur Foundation) Fact Sheets: Planning Effective Transport of People Products and Materials (2019)
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# Low Carbon Transport + Multimodal Transportation Networks, # Ellen MacArthur Foundation, # Urban Planners, # Architects, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Short, # Basic
2019
Report providing guidance on circular economy opportunities for designing effective urban mobility system. This page includes links to other, relevant resources.
(Ellen MacArthur Foundation) Fact Sheets: Planning of Compact Connected Cities (2019)
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# Compact Development + Walkability, # Ellen MacArthur Foundation, # Urban Planners, # Architects, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Short, # Basic
2019
Report providing guidance on circular economy opportunities for designing compact and connected cities. This page includes links to other, relevant resources.
Urban Mobility System Upgrade: How Shared Self-driving Cars could change City Traffic (2015)
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# Planning for Future of Transportation, # International Transport Forum, # Urban Planners, # Developers / Clients / Local Authorities, # Architects, # Report / Guidance / Standard, # Stage 0, # Medium, # Basic
2015
Report exploring how upgrades to the existing, urban mobility system (that promotes self-driving cars and a "shared economy (i.e. shared space)" approach) can help alleviate challenges faced with rapid urbanisation.