PLANNING SUSTAINABLE

URBAN ENVIRONMENTS

Text and Graphics by

Anne R. Beer © 1997, Second Edition 1999

(Author of Environmental Planning for Site Development, Chapman Hall, E&FN Spon, London,1994. Environmental Planner, Emeritus Professor, University of Sheffield - formerly Professor and Head of Department of Landscape).

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For students of:

  • Town and Environmental Planning
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Architecture
  • Civil Engineering
  • City Management

 

A broadly based introduction to issues relating to sustainable cities. In particular this presentation examines the way in which the planning, management and design of new and existing urban areas needs to change. This presentation introduces some of the basic environmental concepts with which planners and designers of cities and neigbourhoods need to be familiar. Prepared for use by first and second year students in universities and colleges, it can also be used as a reader for those involved in continuing professional development.

The presentation contains many references to relevant books and papers, so that the student can study each aspect in greater detail. Internet links are also included, taking the user to various sites dealing with aspects of environmental sustainability.

Contents:

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The following are EXAMPLE PAGES from the CD-Rom presentation:

New Town plan -- these images are half size

 

 Bibliography & Internet Links - these images are half size

CD-Rom designed in HyperStudio* (registered trade mark)by MAP21 Ltd. The programme runs on Windows 95, Windows 3.1 and Macintosh; an appropriate run time Player is included in the price (please specify). The CD-Roms run on computers with at least 8Mb RAM.

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4 Nov 1999