Planning and Design Scenarios for Liveable Cities

Clements-Croome, D., Marson, M., Yang, T. and Airaksinen, M. 2017. Planning and Design Scenarios for Liveable Cities. in: Encyclopedia of Sustainable Technologies Elsevier. pp. 81-97

Chapter titlePlanning and Design Scenarios for Liveable Cities
AuthorsClements-Croome, D., Marson, M., Yang, T. and Airaksinen, M.
Abstract

As the urban populations increase we have to think more deeply about how to make cities less stressful and more creative for people to live in. Liveability and quality of life are key factors while designing and managing energy, water, pollution, and waste systems which are sustainable for the long term. The rapidly developing digital technologies can help to enable these aims to be achieved. New approaches are proposed with recommendations for achieving these goals.

As cities grow and change, digital technologies will be at the heart of improvement. This paper considers how observed trends will have implications on the digital cities of the future and how digital technologies will empower citizens and enable their cities to become intelligent, livable, and sustainable.

Book titleEncyclopedia of Sustainable Technologies
Page range81-97
Year2017
PublisherElsevier
Publication dates
Published2017
ISBN9780128047927
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-12-409548-9.10179-4

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