|Title||Sustainable Infrastructure for Cities and Societies|
The central role of infrastructure to cities, and in particular their sustainability, is essential for proper planning and design since most energy and materials are themselves consumed by or through infrastructures. Moreover, infrastructures of all types affect matters of economic and social equity, due to access that they provide or prevent. Sustainable Infrastructure for Cities and Societies shows how fundamental planning, design, finance, and governance principles can be adapted for sustainable infrastructure to provide solutions to make cities significantly more sustainable. By providing a contemporary overview on infrastructure, cities, planning, economies, and sustainability, the book addresses how to plan, design, finance, and manage infrastructure in ways that reduce consumption and harmful impacts while maintaining and improving life quality. It considers the inter-relationships between the economic, political, societal, and institutional frameworks, providing an integrative approach including livability and sustainability, principles and practice, and planning and design. It further translates these approaches that professionals, policy makers, and leaders can use. This approach gives the book wide appeal for students, researchers, and practitioners hoping to build a more sustainable world.
|Published online||30 Dec 2021|
|Published in print||2022|
|Place of publication||New York|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429323508|
|Web address (URL)||https://www.routledge.com/Sustainable-Infrastructure-for-Cities-and-Societies/Neuman/p/book/9780367340247|