- As the focus on sustainable living becomes more prevalent around the globe, it has become essential to engineer and plan cities so that they can maintain green practices efficiently. Highlights new approaches to developing resilient communities through the use of sustainable technologies. Investigating the impact of green approaches on mitigation and adaption while exploring emergent ways to establish resilient urban settings, this video is a critical resource for researchers, professionals in spatial sciences, students, and decision makers for cities.
Table of Contents:
- Section 1. Introduction to urban resilience
- Lesson 1. Definition of and questions about urban resiliency
- Lesson 2. Global threats and urban problems
- Section 2. Resilient city
- Lesson 3. Resilience & adaptive capacity
- Lesson 4. Spiral dynamics and resilient city
- Lesson 5. Resilient communities
- Lesson 6. Social capital, equity and economy
- Section 3. The role of technology and authorities towards urban resilience
- Lesson 7. The role of eco-technology, ICT and GIS
- Lesson 8. Adaptation and mitigation
- Lesson 9. The role of national and local governments
- Section 4. Strategies and stakeholders towards urban resilience
- Lesson 10. Urban design strategies
- Lesson 11. Possible stakeholders for local resilience action planning
- Lesson 12. Local resilience action plans
- Lesson 13. Local resilience action plans - a technical analysis
- Item content: English
- Streaming media.
Title from title frames.
Restricted to the University of North Texas System.
Release date: December, 2016.
- 1 online resource (1 video file (72 minutes)) : sound, colour
- video file
- Online Video
- 9781522516606 (electronic)
9781522524137 (DVD) [Invalid]
Other Standard Numbers:
- Digital Object Identifier: 10.4018/978-1-5225-1660-6
Other Control Numbers:
- swl00406988 (source: CaBNVSL)
[Unknown Type]: igi00162209